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Palmarejo can mean the following geographic objects:

Palmarejo, Cape Verde Neighbourhood in Praia, Santiago Island, Cape Verde

Palmarejo is a subdivision of the city of Praia in the island of Santiago, Cape Verde. Its population was 12,037 at the 2010 census. It is situated southwest of the city centre. Adjacent neighbourhoods are Tira Chapéu to the north, Achada Santo António in the east, Quebra Canela in the southeast, Cidadela in the west and Palmarejo Grande in the northwest. The main campus of the University of Cape Verde is located in Palmarejo.

Palmarejo is a barrio in the municipality of Coamo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 3650.

Palmarejo is a barrio in the municipality of Corozal, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 6,068.

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Praia, Cape Verde (municipality) Municipality in Santiago, Cape Verde

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Portugués River River of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

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Palmarejo River River of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

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Coto Laurel Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

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Montes Llanos Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

Montes Llanos, is one of the 31 barrios in the municipality of Ponce, Puerto Rico. Along with Magueyes, Tibes, Portugués, Maragüez, Machuelo Arriba, and Cerrillos, Montes Llanos is one of the municipality's seven rural interior barrios. It was created in 1898.

Cerrillos, Ponce, Puerto Rico Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

Cerrillos is one of the 31 barrios of the municipality of Ponce, Puerto Rico. Along with Magueyes, Tibes, Portugués, Montes Llanos, Maragüez, and Machuelo Arriba, Cerrillos is one of the municipality's seven interior rural barrios. It was founded in 1878.

Machuelo Abajo Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

Machuelo Abajo is one of the 31 barrios of the municipality of Ponce, Puerto Rico. Along with Canas Urbano, Magueyes Urbano, Portugués Urbano, and San Antón, Machuelo Abajo is one of the municipality's five originally rural barrios that are now also part of the urban zone of the city of Ponce. It was created in 1831.

Portugués Urbano Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

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Cuyón, Coamo, Puerto Rico Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

Cuyón is a barrio in the municipality of Coamo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 3,077.

Llanos, Lajas, Puerto Rico Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

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Palmarejo, Lajas, Puerto Rico Barrio of Puerto Rico (U.S.)

Palmarejo is a barrio in the municipality of Lajas, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 3,750.