San Francisco Libre

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San Francisco Libre
Municipality
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San Francisco Libre
Location in Nicaragua
Coordinates: 12°30′N86°18′W / 12.500°N 86.300°W / 12.500; -86.300
CountryFlag of Nicaragua.svg  Nicaragua
Department Managua
Government
  MayorJosé Ángel Velásquez
Area
  Municipality292 sq mi (756 km2)
Population
 (2005)
  Municipality10,503
  Density36/sq mi (14/km2)
   Urban
3,080

San Francisco Libre (Spanish pronunciation:  [saɱ fɾanˈθisko liβɾe] ) is a municipality in the Managua department of Nicaragua.

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International relations

Twin towns – Sister cities

San Francisco Libre is twinned with Reading (UK). [1] [2]


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References

  1. "Chelmsford Town Twinning Association" . Retrieved 2013-07-14.
  2. Website of the Reading San Francisco Libre Association

Coordinates: 12°30′N86°18′W / 12.500°N 86.300°W / 12.500; -86.300