capital of Colombia

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: of Colombia - capital and largest city of Colombia; located in central Colombia on a high fertile plain
Colombia, Republic of Colombia - a republic in northwestern South America with a coastline on the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea; achieved independence from Spain in 1821 under the leadership of Simon Bolivar; Spanish is the official language
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Achieving legendary status among global mayors was the wildly eccentric Antanas Mockus who served two spells as mayor of Bogota, the capital of Colombia, in the late 90s and early 2000s.
Level 3 operates 17 data centers in 14 key cities and business centers in Latin America, including two Premier Elite data centers in Bogota, the capital of Colombia.
the capital of Colombia, as well as with the Contraloria of Cundinamarca, which is the entity responsible for preserving good management of the state budget.
Medellin, once considered the drug capital of Colombia, serves as the backdrop to the nearly $2 million English-language horror thriller The Dead Men.
Bogota, the stylish capital of Colombia, this stunning Latin American country, was the next stop, perched 8,000 feet above sea level, at a much greater elevation than mile-high Denver.
Bogota, the capital of Colombia, presents itself as the “hub” for many foreign investments, multinational companies, and their regional offices and logistics centers.
That's the capital of Colombia, in case you weren't sure, the city where Bobby Moore was accused of nicking a bracelet, and where I'm supposed to beware of drugs barons and of rampant kidnappers.
This past August, for example, the Women and People's summit of the Americas Against Militarization took place in Barrancabermeja, the petroleum capital of Colombia.
Bogota, the capital of Colombia, built a new, affordable public transit system, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions because of its greater efficiency and due to the partial substitution of private-car use.