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Departments of Colombia

                   
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Colombia is a unitary republic formed by thirty-two departments (Spanish: departamentos, sing. departamento) and a Capital District (Distrito Capital). Each department has a Governor (gobernador) and a Department Assembly (Asamblea Departamental), elected by popular vote for a four-year period. The governor cannot be re-elected in consecutive periods. Departments are country subdivisions and are granted a certain degree of autonomy.

Departments are formed by a grouping of municipalities (municipios, sing. municipio). Municipal government is headed by mayor (alcalde) and administered by a Municipal Council (concejo municipal), both of which are elected for four-year periods.

The Capital District is the country's capital, Bogotá. Bogotá is partially dependent on the Cundinamarca Department that surrounds it.

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  Chart of departments

Each one of the departments of Colombia in the map below links to a corresponding article.

La Guajira Department Magdalena Department Atlántico Department Cesar Department Bolívar Department Norte de Santander Department Sucre Department Córdoba Department Santander Department Antioquia Department Boyacá Department Arauca Department Chocó Department Caldas Department Cundinamarca Department Casanare Department Vichada Department Valle del Cauca Department Tolima Department Meta Department Huila Department Guainía Department Guaviare Department Cauca Department Vaupés Department Nariño Department Caquetá Department Putumayo Department Amazonas Department Risaralda Department Risaralda Department Quindío Department Quindío Department Bogotá Bogotá Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa CatalinaDepartments of colombia.svg
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Department Capital Area (km²) Population Date of establishment
- Bogotá, Distrito Capital - &100000000000015870000001,587 &100000000071179840000007,117,984 1538-08-06
01 Amazonas Leticia &10000000000109665000000109,665 &1000000000008036000000080,360 1991-10-05
02 Antioquia Medellín &1000000000006361200000063,612 &100000000057504780000005,750,478 1826-??-??
03 Arauca Arauca &1000000000002381800000023,818 &10000000000282302000000282,302 1991-07-04
04 Atlántico Barranquilla &100000000000033880000003,388 &100000000023656630000002,365,663 1910-??-??
05 Bolívar Cartagena &1000000000002597800000025,978 &100000000022299670000002,229,967 1857-06-15
06 Boyacá Tunja &1000000000002318900000023,189 &100000000014112390000001,411,239 1858-??-??
07 Caldas Manizales &100000000000078880000007,888 &100000000011701870000001,170,187 1905-??-??
08 Caquetá Florencia &1000000000008896500000088,965 &10000000000463333000000463,333 1982-??-??
09 Casanare Yopal &1000000000004464000000044,640 &10000000000325713000000325,713 1991-07-04
10 Cauca Popayán &1000000000002930800000029,308 &100000000013630540000001,363,054 1857-06-15
11 Cesar Valledupar &1000000000002290500000022,905 &100000000010503030000001,050,303 1967-12-??
12 Chocó Quibdó &1000000000004653000000046,530 &10000000000413173000000413,173 1947-11-03
13 Córdoba Montería &1000000000002502000000025,020 &100000000013929050000001,392,905 1952-06-18
14 Cundinamarca Bogotá &1000000000002421000000024,210 *&100000000094675620000009,467,562 1857-06-15
15 Guainía Inirida &1000000000007223800000072,238 &1000000000004331400000043,314 1963-06-13
16 Guaviare San José del Guaviare   &1000000000005346000000053,460 &10000000000133236000000133,236 1991-07-04
17 Huila Neiva &1000000000001989000000019,890 &10000000000994218000000994,218 1905-??-??
18 La Guajira Riohacha &1000000000002084800000020,848 &10000000000524619000000524,619 1965-07-01
19 Magdalena Santa Marta &1000000000002318800000023,188 &100000000014033180000001,403,318 1824-07-25
20 Meta Villavicencio &1000000000008563500000085,635 &10000000000771089000000771,089 1960-07-01
21 Nariño Pasto &1000000000003326800000033,268 &100000000017751390000001,775,139 1904-08-06
22 Norte de Santander Cúcuta &1000000000002165800000021,658 &100000000014939320000001,493,932 1910-07-25
23 Putumayo Mocoa &1000000000002488500000024,885 &10000000000378483000000378,483 1991-??-??
24 Quindío Armenia &100000000000018450000001,845 &10000000000613375000000613,375 1966-07-01
25 Risaralda Pereira &100000000000041400000004,140 &100000000010243620000001,024,362 1966-07-01
26 San Andrés and Providencia   San Andrés &1000000000000005200000052 &1000000000008349100000083,491 1991-07-04
27 Santander Bucaramanga &1000000000003053700000030,537 &100000000020850840000002,085,084 1857-05-13
28 Sucre Sincelejo &1000000000001091700000010,917 &10000000000868648000000868,648 1966-08-18
29 Tolima Ibagué &1000000000002356200000023,562 &100000000013129720000001,312,972 1886-08-04
30 Valle del Cauca Cali &1000000000002214000000022,140 &100000000045246780000004,524,678 1910-04-16
31 Vaupés Mitú &1000000000005413500000054,135 &1000000000003315200000033,152 1991-07-04
32 Vichada Puerto Carreño &10000000000100242000000100,242 &1000000000009727600000097,276 1991-07-05
  • Estimate for Cundinamarca includes the country's capital, Bogotá.

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  Territorios indígenas

Colombia's indigenous territories are created by agreement between the government and indigenous communities. In cases where indigenous territories covering more than one department or municipality, local governments jointly administer the indigenous councils such territories, as set out in Articles 329 and 330 of the Constitution of Colombia. Also indigenous territories can have character of local authority if they meet the requirements of the law. Indigenous territories in Colombia are mostly in the departments of Amazonas, Cauca, La Guajira, Guaviare and Vaupés.[1]

  See also

  References

  1. ^ Colombiaya.com, ed. "Division Política de Colombia". http://www.colombiaya.com/seccion-colombia/division-politica.html. 

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