Colombia is a South American country with insular territories in both North America and the Pacific Ocean. Colombia’s mainland is bounded to the north by the Caribbean Sea, to the east and northeast by Venezuela, to the southeast by Brazil, to the south and southwest by Ecuador and Peru, to the west by the Pacific Ocean, and to the northwest by Panama. Colombia is made up of 32 departments. Bogotá’s Capital District is also the country’s largest metropolis. It has a population of roughly 52 million people and an area of 1,141,748 square kilometers (440,831 square miles). Colombia’s cultural heritage, which includes language, religion, food, and art, recalls the country’s history as a Spanish colony, blending cultural aspects introduced by immigrants from Europe and the Middle East.
Colombia’s cultural heritage, which includes language, religion, cuisine, and art, reflects the country’s history as a Spanish colony, fusing cultural elements brought by immigrants from Europe and the Middle East with those brought by enslaved Africans, as well as those brought by Indigenous civilizations that predated colonization. The official state language is Spanish, while English and 64 other languages are recognized regional languages.
A country with so many scattered energies can only be Latin America. Colombia’s culture is dynamic, and its history, together with its lush and colorful surroundings, sets the tone.
Bogota, Colombia’s capital, is exhilarating and colorful, with historic structures, plenty of superb food – including the unmissable Colombian arepas – and stories that have given it the designation of UNESCO Historical and Cultural Heritage.
The unexpected Salt Cathedral is only a short distance away. A destination that remains in Zipaquirá and is enchanted by the church, which was built entirely of salt and is 180 meters deep.
To get there, you must pass through various tunnels that lead to the outstanding architectural project.
How about experiencing Cartagena’s rhythm? Much of Gabriel Garcá Márquez’ work was influenced by the vibrant people, regional music, and the charm of historic locations along the colorful streets.
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The behavior should suit the occasion.
The behavior should suit the occasion.Columbian Saying