Sula Valley

The Valley of Sula is the largest alluvial valley of Honduras.wikipedia
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San Pedro Sula

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It is located in the northwest of the country, and within it lie several of Honduras's most important cities, such as San Pedro Sula, El Progreso, Choloma, Puerto Cortés, Villanueva, and Tela.
It is located in the northwest corner of the country in the Sula Valley, about 50 km south of Puerto Cortés on the Caribbean Sea.

Alluvium

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The Valley of Sula is the largest alluvial valley of Honduras.

Honduras

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The Valley of Sula is the largest alluvial valley of Honduras.

El Progreso

El Progreso, Yoro
It is located in the northwest of the country, and within it lie several of Honduras's most important cities, such as San Pedro Sula, El Progreso, Choloma, Puerto Cortés, Villanueva, and Tela.

Choloma

Choloma, Cortés
It is located in the northwest of the country, and within it lie several of Honduras's most important cities, such as San Pedro Sula, El Progreso, Choloma, Puerto Cortés, Villanueva, and Tela.

Puerto Cortés

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It is located in the northwest of the country, and within it lie several of Honduras's most important cities, such as San Pedro Sula, El Progreso, Choloma, Puerto Cortés, Villanueva, and Tela.

Villanueva, Cortés

Villanueva
It is located in the northwest of the country, and within it lie several of Honduras's most important cities, such as San Pedro Sula, El Progreso, Choloma, Puerto Cortés, Villanueva, and Tela.

Tela

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It is located in the northwest of the country, and within it lie several of Honduras's most important cities, such as San Pedro Sula, El Progreso, Choloma, Puerto Cortés, Villanueva, and Tela.

Ulúa River

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Hydrologically speaking, the area has two of the most important basins of Honduras: the basins of the Ulúa and Chamelecón rivers, leaving the area vulnerable to flooding, mainly in the rainy season.

Chamelecón River

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Hydrologically speaking, the area has two of the most important basins of Honduras: the basins of the Ulúa and Chamelecón rivers, leaving the area vulnerable to flooding, mainly in the rainy season.

Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests

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The valley's ecosystem is mainly composed of tropical dry forests.

Gross domestic product

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Around 65% of the Gross domestic product of Honduras is generated in the valley, representing over 50% of the country's exports.