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  • Valledupar (Spanish pronunciation: [baʝeðuˈpaɾ]) is a city and municipality in northeastern Colombia It is the capital of Cesar Department Its name, Valle de Upar (Valley of Upar), was established in honor of the Amerindian cacique who ruled the valley; Cacique Upar

  • Sincelejo (Spanish pronunciation: [sinseˈlexo]) is the capital and largest city of the Colombian department of Sucre It is also the main city in the denominated Región Sabanas (Savannas Region), a subdivision of the Caribbean Region of Colombia, and the 23rd largest city by population in Colombia It is located 30 kilometers from the Caribbean Sea by the Gulf of Morrosquillo, 125 kilometers from Cartagena, and 200 kilometers from Barranquilla

  • Popayán (Spanish pronunciation: \popaˈʝan:) is the capital of the Colombian department of Cauca It is located in southwestern Colombia between the Western Mountain Range and Central Mountain Range It has a population of 318,059 people, an area of 483 km2, is located 1760 meters above sea level, and has an average temperature of 18 °C

  • Neiva (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈnejβa]) is the capital of the Department of Huila It is located in the valley of the Magdalena River in south central Colombia with a population of about 357,392 inhabitants It is one of the most important cities in southern Colombia, mainly because of its strategic geographical location

  • Medellín (Spanish pronunciation: [meðeˈʝin] or [með̞eˈʎin]), officially the Municipality of Medellín (Spanish: Municipio de Medellín), is the second-largest city in Colombia, after Bogotá, and the capital of the department of Antioquia It is located in the Aburrá Valley, a central region of the Andes Mountains in South America According to the National Administrative Department of Statistics, the city had an estimated population of 2,508,452 according to the 2018 census

  • Manizales (Spanish pronunciation: [maniˈsales]) is a city in central Colombia It is the capital of the Department of Caldas, and lies near the Nevado del Ruiz volcano Currently, the city is the main center for the production of Colombian coffee and an important hub for higher educational institutions

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