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CORO, a small city and the capital of the state of Falcon, Venezuela, 7 m.
Of La Vela de Coro (its port on the Caribbean coast), with which it is connected by rail, and 199 m.
Coro stands on a sandy plain between the Caribbean and the Gulf of Venezuela, and near the isthmus connecting the peninsula of Paraguana with the mainland.
Coro is the commercial centre for an extensive district on the E.