a city in and the capital of Colombia, in the central part.
a republic in NW South America. 439,828 sq. mi. (1,139,155 sq. km).
Capital: Bogotá.
Contemporary Examples

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Historical Examples

The Gilded Man Clifford Smyth
Graham’s Magazine Vol XXXIII No. 2 August 1848 Various
Theodore Roosevelt and His Times Harold Howland
Lord Kilgobbin Charles Lever
In New Granada W.H.G. Kingston
In New Granada W.H.G. Kingston
Celebrated Travels and Travellers Jules Verne

the capital of Colombia, on a central plateau of the E Andes: originally the centre of Chibcha civilization; founded as a city in 1538 by the Spaniards. Pop: 7 594 000 (2005 est)
a republic in NW South America: inhabited by Chibchas and other Indians before Spanish colonization in the 16th century; independence won by Bolívar in 1819; became the Republic of Colombia in 1886; violence and unrest have been endemic since the 1970s. It consists chiefly of a hot swampy coastal plain, separated by ranges of the Andes from the pampas and the equatorial forests of the Amazon basin in the east. Language: Spanish. Religion: Roman Catholic majority. Currency: peso. Capital: Bogotá. Pop: 45 745 783 (2013 est). Area: 1 138 908 sq km (439 735 sq miles)

Note: Its major legal crop is coffee.

Note: Trafficking of marijuana and cocaine remains a problem in Colombia. With support from the United States, the Colombian government has attacked drug traffickers, but the country continues to be torn by civil war between left-wing and right-wing factions.

Bogotá [(boh-guh-tah, boh-guh-tah)]


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