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Yallahs is a town located on the southeastern coast of Jamaica in the parish of St Thomas and is home to an estimated 10,000 inhabitants. The Yallahs River is a source of fresh water for the inhabitants of the neighbouring City Of Kingston and St. Andrew and provides them with water through the Yallahs Pipeline. It is home to a plethora of Christian denominations and is a contributor to the mining industry through the gravel extraction that happens along the Yallahs River bank. The township is governed by the St.

Population: 7,644

Latitude: 17° 52' 29.28" N
Longitude: -76° 33' 44.82" W

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