Cundinamarca Department

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Department of Cundinamarca (Departamento de Cundinamarca, ) is one of the departments of Colombia.wikipedia
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Bogotá

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Cundinamarca's capital city is Bogotá, the capital of Colombia.
Bogotá (, also,, ), officially Bogotá, Distrito Capital, abbreviated Bogotá, D.C., and formerly known as Santa Fe de Bogotá between 1991 and 2000, is the capital and largest city of Colombia, administered as the Capital District, as well as the capital of the department of Cundinamarca.

List of capitals outside the territories they serve

Bogotá is not legally a part of Cundinamarcacapital outside of its territorial areacapital outside of the territory it served
This is a special case among Colombian departments, since Bogotá is not legally a part of Cundinamarca, yet it is the only department that has its capital designated by the Constitution (if the capital were to be ever moved, it would take a constitutional reform to do so, instead of a simple ordinance passed by the Cundinamarca Assembly).

Altiplano Cundiboyacense

Geology of the Altiplano CundiboyacenseCentralCundiboyacense High Plateau
The name of Cundinamarca comes from Kuntur marqa, an indigenous expression, probably derived from Muisca and means "condor's nest", it was used in pre-Columbian times by the natives of the Magdalena Valley to refer to the nearby highlands.
The Altiplano Cundiboyacense is a high plateau located in the Eastern Cordillera of the Colombian Andes covering parts of the departments of Cundinamarca and Boyacá.

Boyacá Department

BoyacáBoyacaBoyaca Department
Most of Cundinamarca is on the Eastern Cordillera (Cordillera Oriental), just south of Boyacá, bordered by the Magdalena River on the west, reaching down into the Orinoco River basin on the east, and bordering on Tolima to the south.
To the south, Boyacá borders the department of Cundinamarca and to the west with the Department of Antioquia covering a total area of 23189 sqkm.

Tolima Department

TolimaDepartment of TolimaMiss Tolima
Most of Cundinamarca is on the Eastern Cordillera (Cordillera Oriental), just south of Boyacá, bordered by the Magdalena River on the west, reaching down into the Orinoco River basin on the east, and bordering on Tolima to the south.
It is bordered on the north and the west by the department of Caldas; on the east by the department of Cundinamarca; on the south by the department of Huila, and on the west by the departments of Cauca, Valle del Cauca, Quindío and Risaralda.

Soacha

Cerro Canoas, Soacha
Soacha is an autonomous municipality of the department of Cundinamarca, and part of the Metropolitan Area of Bogotá.

Chía, Cundinamarca

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The department is home to the basketball team Cóndores de Cundinamarca, which plays its home games in the Coliseo de la Luna in Chía.
Chía is a town and municipality in the Cundinamarca department of Colombia, located to the north of Bogotá on the main road to Zipaquira.

Departments of Colombia

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Department of Cundinamarca (Departamento de Cundinamarca, ) is one of the departments of Colombia.

Madrid, Cundinamarca

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Madrid is a town and municipality in the Western Savanna Province, part of the department of Cundinamarca, Colombia.

Fusagasugá

FusagasugaFusagasugá District
Fusagasugá or Fusa is a town and municipality in the department of Cundinamarca, in central Colombia.

Facatativá

Facatativa
Facatativá is a city and municipality in the Cundinamarca Department, located about 18 miles (31 km) northwest of Bogotá, Colombia and 2,586 meters above sea level.

Mosquera, Cundinamarca

Mosquera
Mosquera is a municipality of Colombia in the Western Savanna Province, part of the department of Cundinamarca.

Zipaquirá

ZipaquiraZipaquirá, ColombiaZipaquirá-
Zipaquirá is a municipality and city of Colombia in the department of Cundinamarca.

Cota, Cundinamarca

CotaCota, Colombia
Cota is a municipality and town of Colombia in the Central Savanna Province of the department of Cundinamarca.

Funza

BacatáMuequetá
Funza is a municipality and town of Colombia in the Western Savanna Province, of the department of Cundinamarca.

La Calera, Cundinamarca

La CaleraLa Calera, Colombia
La Calera is a municipality and town of Colombia in the Guavio Province, part of the department of Cundinamarca.

Girardot, Cundinamarca

GirardotPubenzaGirardot (Cundinamarca), Colombia
Girardot is a municipality and town of Colombia in the department of Cundinamarca.

Cajicá

Cajicafortress of Cajicá
Cajicá is a municipality and town of Colombia in the department of Cundinamarca, 39 km north of the capital Bogotá.

Almeidas Province

Almeidas
Almeidas Province (Provincia de Almeidas, ) is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia.

Tocancipá

TocancipaTocancipá, Cundinamarca
Tocancipá is a municipality and town of Colombia in the Central Savanna Province, part of the department of Cundinamarca.

Upper Magdalena Province

Upper MagdalenaUpper Magdalena (Alto Magdalena)
Upper Magdalena Province (Provincia del Alto Magdalena) is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia.

Lower Magdalena Province

Lower MagdalenaLower Magdalena (Bajo Magdalena)
Lower Magdalena Province (Provincia del Bajo Magdalena) is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia.

Gualivá Province

GualiváGualiva Province
Gualivá Province (Provincia de Gualivá) is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia.

Guavio Province

Guavio
The Guavio Province (Provincia del Guavio) is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca department, Colombia.

Sumapaz

It is the largest of Bogotá's 20 localities, starting in the north at the edge of the urban frontier with Usme and stretching to the south at the border of Cundinamarca with the departments of Meta and Huila.