Tuluá, Valle del Cauca Department, Pacific Region, Colombia

🇨🇴 Tuluá, is a city located in the heart of Valle del Cauca, Colombia. A major industrial and commercial centre, it is the region's fourth-largest city after Cali—the department capital—Buenaventura and Palmira. Founded around 1741 by Juan de Lemos y Aguirre, it is also known as the Corazón del Valle, as La Villa de Céspedes and Tierra Fácil. It is well known throughout Colombia and many parts of South America as a major centre of salsa dancing.

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Tuluá has a population of over 220,000 people. Tuluá also forms part of the wider Valle del Cauca metropolitan area which has a population of over 4,475,886 people.

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