Bogotá

What is Bogotá known for?


extreme event

clouds and some winds, bringing maximum temperatures of Days are mild or cool and nights can get moderately cold due to the city having mild winds at night all year round, though frequent fog from sinking of cold mountain air in the enclosed valley


important world

thumb left The Financial Disctrict Bogotá is the main economic and industrial center of Colombia. The Colombian government fosters the import of capital goods, Bogotá being one of the main destinations of these imports. In 2008, the World Cities Study Group and Network (GaWC) from the United Kingdom ranked Bogotá as a beta level city, a medium rankings. Beta level cities are important world cities that are instrumental in linking their region or state into the world economy. http


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Colombian Politics accessdate 2010-01-09 He later explained his action by saying "Innovative behavior can be useful when you run out of words", and linked it to philosopher Pierre Bourdieu's concept of "symbolic violence." He resigned as University president during the aftermath but gained a higher public profile that benefited his subsequent run for the mayorship. In December 2006 Telmex announces agreement to acquire


social reasons

Census" with a population density of approximately 4,310 inhabitants per square kilometer. Only 15,810 people are located in rural areas of Capital District. 47.5% of the population are male and 52.5% women. thumb left Bogotá is one of the largest cities in Latin America. (File:Bogotá de noche.jpg) In Bogotá, as in the rest of the country, the acceleration of the urbanization process is not only due to industrialization, since there are complex political and social reasons


modern cultural

be glad you do since you've been climbing constantly eastward so enjoy your walk back down. Make sure to notice the eccentric street names found on picturesque signs at every corner. Make your way down west on Calle 11 and you will pass by the '''Museo Botero''', museum showcasing some of famous Colombian painter Botero's private art collection and work. Another block down is the '''Centro Cultural Garcia Marquez''', modern cultural center and venue that includes Library, Art Galleries, concert


serving people

that the Chinese food is almost always Colombianized, which can be pretty good anyway, but is almost never the real deal. Sushi is likewise easy to find, but usually of below-average quality. The clear exception is (upscale) Wok, which has several locations, and for a North American-price will serve you top-notch sushi and other authentic East and Southeast Asian dishes. For lunch, definitely try a ''corrientazo''—a small eatery that is only open for lunch, serving people on their lunch break


family hits

, Gerhard. ''Simon Bolivar'', 266-73. Madariaga, Salvador de. ''Bolívar'', 357-358. April * April 20 – Air France Flight 422, a Boeing 727, crashes into a mountain near Bogotá, Colombia, in foggy weather shortly after takeoff from El Dorado International Airport, killing all 53 people on board. * At least 28 people are killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir (Jammu and Kashmir) when a bus carrying Indian soldiers and family

hits a landmine (land mine). Hizbul Mujahideen claim responsibility. (ABC AU) * A bomb explodes in a discotheque in Bogotá, Colombia, on Saturday night (local time): five people are killed. The authorities blame the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) paramilitary rebel group. (Reuters) *2 Palestinians die


range field

Reveiz''' (born February 24, 1963 in Bogotá, Colombia) is a former placekicker for the Miami Dolphins, the San Diego Chargers, and the Minnesota Vikings. He played for Miami Sunset Senior High and was voted one of the top high school football players from Miami of all time by the Miami Herald. Due to his reliability in medium-range field goal (Field goal (football))s, he was dubbed with the nickname "Fuad-o-matic" later


personal appearances

of Lithuanian (Lithuanian people) immigrants, he left his post as the president of the National University of Colombia in Bogotá in 1993, and later that year ran a successful campaign for mayor. He proceeded to preside over Bogotá as mayor for two (non-consecutive) terms, during which he became known for springing surprising and humorous initiatives upon the city's inhabitants. These tended to involve grand gestures, including local artists or personal appearances by the mayor himself&mdash


related documentary

byTR6eyCjf8&feature related Documentary on the Attack The aircraft took off from the Colombian capital Bogotá en route to Cali. It was in the air five minutes and flying at a speed of when an explosive charge detonated on board, igniting fuel vapors in an empty fuel tank. Many Chibcha words were absorbed or "loaned" into Colombian Spanish: * Geography: Many names of localities and regions were kept. In some cases, the Spanish named cities

Bogotá

'''Bogotá D.C.''' (

In terms of land area, Bogotá D.C. is the largest city in Colombia, and one of the biggest in Latin America. It figures among the 25 largest cities of the world and is the third-highest capital city in South America at

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