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Colón Sudeste

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Colón Sudeste

Colón Sudeste - Abayubá
Street map of Colón Sudeste - Abayubá
Street map of Colón Sudeste - Abayubá
Location of Colón Sudeste - Abayubá in Montevideo
Location of Colón Sudeste - Abayubá in Montevideo
Country  Uruguay
Department Montevideo Department
City Montevideo
Time zone UTC -3
Postal code 12400
Area code(s) +598 2 (+7 digits)

Colón Sudeste - Abayubá is a composite barrio (neighbourhood or district) of Montevideo, Uruguay.


This barrio borders Lezica - Melilla and Colón Centro y Noroeste to the west, Canelones Department to the northwest and north, Manga - Toledo Chico to the east, and Peñarol - Lavalleja to the south.

Pueblo Abayubá is a town belonging to the Montevideo Department and one of the few populated areas of this department whose population was not included in the count of the city of Montevideo. It is a town that belongs to the southern suburbs of La Paz of the Canelones Department. In 2004, its population was 924.[1]
Year Population
1975 673
1985 815
1996 873
2004 924

Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadística de Uruguay[2]

  • Coordinates of Pueblo Abauba:

Places of worship

See also

External links

  • Colón, Intendencia de Montevideo


  1. ^ "2004 Census of Montevideo department" (XLS). INE. 2004. Retrieved 27 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "1963–1996 Statistics / C" (DOC). Instituto Nacional de Estadística de Uruguay. 2004. Retrieved 27 June 2011. 

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