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Colombia Cities by Population


300 cities shown of 931 total Colombia cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Bogota 7,102,602
2. Cali 2,392,877
3. Medellin 1,999,979
4. Barranquilla 1,380,425
5. Cartagena 952,024
6. Cucuta 721,398
7. Bucaramanga 571,820
8. Pereira 440,118
9. Santa Marta 431,781
10. Ibague 421,685
11. Bello 392,939
12. Pasto 382,236
13. Manizales 357,814
14. Neiva 352,855
15. Soledad 342,556
16. Villavicencio 321,717
17. Armenia 315,328
18. Soacha 313,945
19. Valledupar 308,237
20. Itagui 281,853
21. Monteria 272,420
22. Sincelejo 261,187
23. Popayan 258,653
24. Floridablanca 252,267
25. Palmira 247,986
26. Buenaventura 240,387
27. Barrancabermeja 191,403
28. Dos Quebradas 179,583
29. Tulua 165,501
30. Envigado 163,007
31. Cartago 134,827
32. Maicao 130,348
33. Florencia 130,337
34. Girardot 130,289
35. Sogamoso 126,551
36. Buga 118,004
37. Tunja 117,479
38. Giron 108,466
39. Malambo 101,534
40. Magangue 100,313
41. Facatativa 94,611
42. Riohacha 92,431
43. Duitama 92,040
44. Zipaquira 91,235
45. Fusagasuga 88,820
46. Cienaga 88,311
47. Tumaco 86,713
48. Apartado 86,438
49. Piedecuesta 86,387
50. Montelibano 85,000
51. Ocana 83,511
52. La Dorada 81,950
53. Ipiales 77,729
54. Quibdo 75,104
55. Aguachica 73,360
56. Yumbo 71,436
57. Arauca 69,264
58. Sabanalarga 68,535
59. Chinchina 68,512
60. Caldas 65,565
61. Villa del Rosario 64,951
62. Chia 64,569
63. Rionegro 62,291
64. Calarca 62,170
65. Yopal 61,029
66. Sahagun 59,188
67. Fundacion 59,175
68. Los Patios 58,661
69. San Andres 58,257
70. Caucasia 58,034
71. Santa Rosa de Cabal 57,928
72. Espinal 56,213
73. Turbaco 56,171
74. Cerete 55,513
75. El Banco 54,522
76. Funza 54,421
77. Pitalito 53,685
78. Puerto Tejada 53,674
79. Pamplona 53,587
80. Agustin Codazzi 51,478
81. Turbo 50,508
82. Madrid 50,437
83. Arjona 50,405
84. La Estrella 49,386
85. Copacabana 49,169
86. Plato 48,606
87. Chigorodo 48,443
88. El Carmen de Bolivar 47,957
89. Florida 47,173
90. Chiquinquira 45,294
91. Jamundi 44,833
92. Pradera 44,630
93. Baranoa 44,078
94. Sevilla 41,612
95. Santander de Quilichao 40,798
96. El Bagre 40,798
97. Acacias 40,627
98. Lorica 40,605
99. Segovia 39,938
100. Corozal 39,800
101. El Cerrito 38,390
102. Planeta Rica 37,297
103. La Ceja 36,584
104. San Marcos 36,549
105. Montenegro 36,499
106. Villamaria 35,302
107. Sabaneta 34,172
108. Puerto Berrio 33,983
109. La Virginia 33,835
110. San Gil 33,592
111. Pivijay 33,492
112. San Onofre 32,957
113. Caicedonia 32,417
114. Granada 32,365
115. Belalcazar 31,800
116. Quimbaya 31,391
117. Mompos 30,861
118. Since 30,768
119. Puerto Asis 29,782
120. Leticia 29,666
121. San Juan Nepomuceno 29,619
122. Morales 29,617
123. Garzon 29,451
124. Tame 29,099
125. Zarzal 28,761
126. El Charco 28,673
127. Libano 28,211
128. Honda 28,158
129. Palmar de Varela 28,084
130. Aracataca 27,704
131. Roldanillo 27,561
132. Tolu 27,390
133. Puerto Boyaca 27,310
134. La Tebaida 27,098
135. Mosquera 27,005
136. San Juan del Cesar 26,848
137. La Mesa 26,699
138. Ariguani 26,246
139. Tierralta 26,242
140. Puerto Colombia 26,227
141. Melgar 25,980
142. Santo Tomas 25,847
143. Anserma 25,242
144. Cajica 24,999
145. Sabanagrande 24,880
146. Buenaventura 24,842
147. San Carlos 24,615
148. Marinilla 24,171
149. Candelaria 23,989
150. Fonseca 23,509
151. La Union 23,459
152. Maria la Baja 23,401
153. Sucre 23,210
154. Sibate 23,208
155. Mariquita 23,104
156. Campo de la Cruz 22,803
157. San Carlos 22,678
158. Ayapel 22,602
159. Campoalegre 22,568
160. Yarumal 22,368
161. San Jose del Guaviare 22,136
162. Curumani 22,084
163. Mocoa 22,035
164. Sampues 21,204
165. Carmen de Viboral 21,152
166. Flandes 20,919
167. Patia 20,807
168. Villeta 20,689
169. Carepa 20,627
170. Ubate 20,485
171. Morales 20,375
172. Barbosa 20,372
173. San Jacinto 20,265
174. Tuquerres 20,184
175. Circasia 20,113
176. Lerida 20,069
177. Villanueva 20,032
178. Chaparral 19,982
179. Galapa 19,732
180. Aguadas 19,727
181. Guacari 19,637
182. Chinu 19,596
183. La Plata 19,275
184. Riosucio 18,950
185. Urrao 18,846
186. Zaragoza 18,795
187. Malaga 18,739
188. Villanueva 18,699
189. Repelon 18,685
190. La Jagua de Ibirico 18,555
191. San Benito Abad 18,181
192. El Copey 18,136
193. Salamina 18,076
194. Socorro 17,752
195. Santuario 17,722
196. Fresno 17,668
197. Cienaga de Oro 17,623
198. Andalucia 17,432
199. Barrancas 17,350
200. Sonson 17,232
201. Chimichagua 16,746
202. Barbosa 16,707
203. Pacho 16,698
204. Puerto Lopez 16,678
205. Corinto 16,579
206. Los Andes 16,419
207. Manzanares 16,278
208. Puerto Santander 16,275
209. San Martin 16,273
210. Ciudad Bolivar 16,225
211. El Reten 15,901
212. Santa Lucia 15,760
213. Belen de Umbria 15,698
214. Aguazul 15,669
215. Viterbo 15,216
216. Chiriguana 15,181
217. La Union 15,061
218. Guamo 14,881
219. Guaduas 14,392
220. Los Palmitos 14,385
221. Guarne 14,270
222. Manati 14,140
223. San Pablo 13,983
224. Santa Ana 13,950
225. Guapi 13,853
226. Istmina 13,788
227. Toro 13,764
228. Orito 13,708
229. Puerto Wilches 13,705
230. Tibu 13,565
231. Paipa 13,554
232. Puebloviejo 13,523
233. El Zulia 13,521
234. Samaniego 13,515
235. Ovejas 13,284
236. La Paz 13,249
237. Luruaco 13,236
238. Miranda 13,223
239. El Doncello 13,082
240. Villanueva 12,791
241. Supia 12,784
242. Santa Barbara 12,743
243. San Estanislao 12,596
244. Bugalagrande 12,418
245. Ansermanuevo 12,332
246. Dagua 12,320
247. Puerto Rico 12,306
248. Amaga 12,170
249. El Bordo 12,072
250. Antioquia 11,829
251. Sitionuevo 11,817
252. Neira 11,755
253. Polonuevo 11,727
254. San Antero 11,610
255. Dabeiba 11,548
256. San Pedro 11,489
257. Chivolo 11,457
258. Candelaria 11,427
259. Venadillo 11,310
260. Pelaya 11,306
261. Sabana de Torres 11,291
262. Cimitarra 11,267
263. San Vicente de Chucuri 11,265
264. Cumaral 11,263
265. Ponedera 11,221
266. Natagaima 11,217
267. Marsella 11,158
268. Majagual 11,139
269. Garagoa 11,102
270. San Pedro de Uraba 11,095
271. La Victoria 11,064
272. Soata 10,945
273. Velez 10,905
274. Quinchia 10,895
275. Agua de Dios 10,875
276. Purificacion 10,846
277. Necocli 10,835
278. San Juan de Uraba 10,825
279. Abrego 10,822
280. Algeciras 10,792
281. Ituango 10,769
282. Valencia 10,652
283. San Alberto 10,627
284. Santa Rosa 10,604
285. Pailitas 10,480
286. Sandona 10,401
287. Suan 10,381
288. Turbana 10,235
289. Tocaima 10,235
290. Puerto Carreno 10,216
291. Santa Rosa de Osos 10,191
292. La Calera 10,175
293. Tado 10,095
294. Algarrobo 10,042
295. Don Matias 10,011
296. Suarez 9,985
297. Valle del Guamuez 9,969
298. Arauquita 9,950
299. Condoto 9,897
300. Palermo 9,896



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Colombia History

Colombia is a standing middle power with the fourth largest economy in South America. It is very ethnically diverse, and the interaction between descendants of the original native inhabitants, Spanish colonists, African slaves and twentieth-century immigrants from Europe and the Middle East has produced a rich cultural heritage. This has also been influenced by Colombia's incredibly varied geography. The majority of the urban centres are located in the highlands of the Andes mountains, but Colombian territory also encompasses Amazon rainforest, tropical grassland and both Caribbean and Pacific coastlines. Ecologically, Colombia is considered to be among 17 of the most megadiverse countries in the world.

The word Colombia"" comes from the name of Christopher Columbus. It was conceived by the revolutionary Francisco de Miranda as a reference to all the New World, especially to those territories and colonies under Spanish and Portuguese rule. The name was then adopted by the Republic of Colombia of 1819, formed out of the territories of the old Viceroyalty of New Granada."

In 1830, when Venezuela and Ecuador separated, the Cundinamarca region that remained became a new country the Republic of New Granada. In 1858 New Granada officially changed its name to the Granadine Confederation, then in 1863 the United States of Colombia, before finally adopting its present name the Republic of Colombia in 1886.

The 26th largest nation in the world and the fourth largest in South America, Colombia is bordered to the east by Venezuela and Brazil; to the south by Ecuador and Peru; to the north by Panama and the Caribbean Sea; and to the west by the Pacific Ocean. Colombia is the only country in South America to touch both Atlantic and Pacific oceans.







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