Bogotá D.C. is the Capital of Colombia with 6,778,691 occupants starting 2005. As per estimations the populace would have climbed to 7,363,782 by 2010. Bogotá and its metropolitan territory, which incorporates districts, for example, Chía, Cota, Soacha, Cajicá, La Calera, Madrid, Funza, Mosquera, Tabio, Tenjo and El Rosal, has a populace of around 12 million in 2014.
Regarding area territory, Bogotá D.C. is the biggest city in Colombia, and one of the greatest in Latin America. It figures among the 25 biggest urban communities of the world and is the third-most elevated capital city in South America at 2,640 meters (8,660 ft) above ocean level, after Quito and La Paz. With its numerous colleges and libraries, Bogotá has been called “The Athens of South America”. Bogotá claims the biggest moorland of the world, which is found in the Sumapaz Locality.
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With sun-drenched colonial plazas sitting beside ultramodern skyscrapers, Colombia's capital city is a place of contrasts. Forget the outdated notions of this ...