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  • Bogota, the capital, with its 6.4 million inhabitants, has an important historical centre, the Candeleria, where you can find museums such as the incredible Museum of Gold (30,000 pieces in Pre-Colombian style in solid gold) and impressive colonial buildings, such as the Bishop's Palace (and its massive bronze doors)....
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  • The third highest capital in the world, Bogota is also known as the 'Athens of South America' for its numerous libraries
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  • The historic and colonial district of Bogota provides a wonderful place to spend some time wandering along the cobbled streets
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  • Located on Bolivar Square, this cathedral is the largest one in Colombia and one of the largest in Latin America
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  • The third highest capital city in the world is located at an altitude of 2,640 metres above sea level and is surrounded by the Guadalupe and Monserrate hills
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  • It is still possible to see traces of Bogota's colonial period in the Spanish-style houses that remain here
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  • The colonial district in Bogota is completely different than the city's trendy districts, where you will find the bars, clubs and restaurants.
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Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Colombia

Bogota, the capital, with its 6.4 million inhabitants, has an important historical centre, the Candeleria, where you can find museums such as the incredible Museum of Gold (30,000 pieces in Pre-Colombian style in solid gold) and impressive colonial buildings, such as the Bishop's Palace (and its massive bronze doors).

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Bogota: the key figures

Surface area : 1139000.0 km2

Population : 44000000 inhabitants

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