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Colina may refer to:

costa rican people, history of costa rica, presidents of costa rica, politics of central america

Grupo Colina

Grupo Colina was a paramilitary death squad created in Peru that was active from 1990 until 1994, during the administration of Alberto Fujimori.

counter-terrorism, human rights abuses, internal conflict in peru, political repression

Josip Colina

Josip Colina (born 8 November 1980) is a Bosnian-Swiss football player. ...

swiss footballers, 1980 births, a.s. varese 1910 players, bosnia and herzegovina footballers, fc basel players, fc concordia basel players, football (soccer) defenders, grasshopper-club zurich players, living people

Barrios de Colina

Barrios de Colina is a municipality located in the province of Burgos, Castile and León, Spain. ...

municipalities in burgos

Colina Middle School

Colina Middle School is a public school located in Thousands Oaks, California, United States, part of the Conejo Valley Unified School District.

blue ribbon schools in california, conejo valley unified school district, middle schools in california

Colegio La Salle La Colina

Colegio La Salle La Colina is a school located in Caracas, Venezuela, part of the Lasallian educational institutions and ran by the Institute of ...

schools in venezuela

Colina, Brazil

Area: 425.16 km² Population: 17,053 (2004) Population density: 40.11/km² Elevation: 595 m Postal code: 14770-xxx Website: www.colina.sp.gov.br

cities, towns and villages in sao paulo state

Lolita de la Colina

Lolita De La Colina was a popular singer/songwriter from the 70's based in Mexico. ... Her Lp's were: "En un cuarto de Hotel", "Sucede que hay un Dios" ...

living people, mexican singer-songwriters

Colina, Chile

Colina is a Chilean commune in the northern part of the Santiago Metropolitan Region. ... The commune's main city, also called Colina, is the capital ...

capitals of chilean provinces, cities, towns and villages in the santiago metropolitan region, communes of chile