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Timbio, Cauca
Municipality and town
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Location of the municipality and town of Timbio, Cauca in the Cauca Department of Colombia.
CountryFlag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Department Cauca Department
FoundedNovember 1, 1535
  MayorLibardo Vasquez Manzano
   Municipality and town180 km2 (69.5 sq mi)
   Municipality and town33,883
  Density188.24/km2 (487.5/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-5 (Colombia Standard Time)
Climate Cfb

Timbio is a town and municipality in the Cauca Department, Colombia.

Coordinates: 2°20′40.37″N76°41′02.18″W / 2.3445472°N 76.6839389°W / 2.3445472; -76.6839389

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