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Tobón is a family name in Medellín, Colombia.

People with the name

Laura Tobón

Laura María Tobón Yepes is a Colombian presenter, model, singer, and YouTuber.

Miguel Tobón is a former professional tennis player from Colombia. He was born in Medellín but completed his education in the United States. His brother Omar Tobón is a tennis coach in Medellín. He was chosen to serve a second time of the Colombian Davis Cup team by Federación Colombiana de Tenis in 2011.

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Pablo Tobón Uribe Hospital

Pablo Tobón Uribe Hospital is private, non-profit hospital located in the Cordoba neighborhood and Robledo municipality of Medellín, Colombia. It is one of the most important health institutions Colombia. It is a Catholic Hospital, and is governed by the principles and teachings of the Catholic Church. It is named after Pablo Tobón Uribe, a Colombian businessman and philanthropist.

Postobón, S.A. is the largest Colombian beverage company, and also one of the largest in South America. The company has a wide portfolio of products that includes soft drinks, fruit juices, bottled water, tea, and energy drinks.

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Carlos Eduardo Medellín Becerra is a Colombian lawyer and diplomat and has served as Minister of Justice of Colombia and as Ambassador of Colombia to the United Kingdom.

Raúl Fajardo Moreno was a Colombian architect in Medellín. He designed the Coltejer Building, Medellín's tallest building with Hernando Vélez, Germán Samper and Jorge Manjarrés.

Andrés Uriel Gallego Henao was a Colombian civil engineer and politician. He served as the 8th Minister of Transport from 2002 to 2010 during the administration of President Álvaro Uribe.

San Pedro Cemetery Museum national monument of Colombia

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