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The exact location of Calangute is 15° 31' 60'' north latitude and 73° 45' east longitude. Calangute is a city located in the northern region of Goa. It is almost 9 miles away from Panaji, the capital of Goa. This city is surrounded by small villages and beaches. The neighbouring regions that surround Calangute are Ratnagiri, Kolhapur, Sawantwadi and Dodamarg.

CityCalangute
StateGoa
DistrictNorth Goa
Total Population15,776
Total Male8,463
Total Female7,313
Total Population (0-6 Age Group)1,642
Total Male (0-6 Age Group)847
Total Female (0-6 Age Group)795
Total Literates 15,776
Total Male Literates 8,463
Total Female Literates 7,313



Last Updated on : September 19, 2016



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