Confines

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Confines
Municipality and town
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Location of the municipality and town of Confines in the Santander Department of Colombia.
CountryFlag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Department Santander Department
Time zone UTC-5 (Colombia Standard Time)

Confines is a town and municipality in the Santander Department in northeastern Colombia.

Coordinates: 6°25′N73°10′W / 6.417°N 73.167°W / 6.417; -73.167

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