Tunja

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crime international

Crime_Prevention_and_Community_Safety_ANG.pdf, International Centre of the Prevention of Crime, International report Crime prevention and Community safety: Trends and perspectives 2010 which is 7 with respect to the most dangerous city that is 128 crimes per hundred thousand inhabitants. According to other sources, this value is four times lower than the national average. Eduardo Posada Carb, journal El Tiempo, Colombia 2011


professional football

Administración Pública E.S.A.P. * Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia (UNAD) * Fundacion Universitaria Juan de Castellanos * Corporación Universitaria Remington(CUR-Cread Boyacá) * Universidad Antonio Nariño * Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana de Colombia * Instituto Universitario de la Música y las Artes Sports The city has two professional football teams. Boyaca Chico and Patriotas F.C. play

in the Colombian Professional Football A league. Both play their games at La Independencia Stadium located in the north of the city. The stadium was rebuilt for the Copa Libertadores 2009, expanding capacity to 20,630 spectators and meeting FIFA specifications. The city organized the 2008 South American U-20 Futsal Cup, in which Brazil was awarded as the championship. Colombia secured the fourth position in the tournament. Now, the stadium is in the process of being remodeled. The city has a professional


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extreme sports

down. No breakfast. Go next Bogotá is 2 to 3 hours away, $17.000. Villa de Leyva, one of the nicest colonial towns in Colombia, is 45 minutes to an hour away, take a minibus from the terminal, $6.000. Paipa has a natural hot springs, with waterpark and spa. 45 minutes by bus, $4.000. San Gil is the capital of extreme sports in Colombia, and is 4 hours away. WikiPedia:Tunja commons:Tunja


important+education

- DIAN. '''Tunja''' ( ) is a city located on the eastern range of (Cordillera Oriental (Colombia)) the Colombian Andes, in the region known as the Altiplano Cundiboyacense, 130&nbsp;km northeast of Bogotá. In 2012, it had an estimated population of 181.407 inhabitants. It is the capital of Boyacá (Boyacá Department) department and the Central Boyacá Province. Tunja is an important education (#Education)al center


part including

: thumb 250px Chia goddess (Image:Diosachia.jpg) in the monument to the chibcha race. Chia was the head deity of the Zipa ruler, and her ceremonial center was located in the area of the actual city of Chía, Cundinamarca, which is named after the goddess -- When the Spanish (Spain) arrived in the central Colombia highlands, the region was organized into the '''Muisca''' Confederation (Muisca), which had two kings; the '''Zipa''', was the ruler of the southern part including what is now known as Bogotá. The '''Zaque''' was the ruler or king of the northern area in Hunza (Tunja), known today as Tunja. Data peculiar In spite of the years of foundation, the population of the municipality does not grow, in the residents due to the displacement that must do jòvenes to other cities, to continue its studies at least; Tunja (capital of Boyacà) and Bogotá they are the cities where are many of the sanmigueleños. Tripacoque is located 174&nbsp;km away from Tunja, the capital of Boyacá. The main highway which connects Tipacoque with Bogotá and the East of Colombia is 174&nbsp;km long, of which 150&nbsp;km are paved (87%). Medina, son of Pedro Medina Niño and Carmen Avendaño, is married to Sofia Torres Remolina since 1944. He attended school in Tunja at the ''Colegio Salesiano'', and later attended the National University of Colombia where he received a Doctorate of Laws, Political Science and Social Sciences, specialized in Penal (Penal Law) and Administrative law. commons:Tunja


large concentration

Buenaventura and Tumaco. Some departments have local administrative subdivisions, where towns have a large concentration of population and municipalities are near each other (for example in Antioquia and Cundinamarca). Where departments have a low population and there are security problems (for example Amazonas, Vaupés and Vichada), special administrative divisions are employed, such as "department ''corregimientos''", which are a hybrid of a municipality and a ''corregimiento


great power

power and a holy man. Before the discovery of America (Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact), Tundama (Duitama) was governed by the cacique Tundama. Nemequene (the Zaque) was the leader of the "north" and his establishment was Hunza (Tunja) (Tunja). Though the Zaque was considered the king of the north (where Duitama is located), he did not have absolute control over the population. He was, however, considered a person of great power and a holy man. align "center" 1953 Tunja, Chiquinquirá, Duitama, and Sogamoso align "center" '''Villa de Leyva''' is a colonial town and municipality, in the Boyacá (Boyacá Department) department of Colombia, part of the subregion of the Ricaurte Province. The town is located some 40&nbsp;km west of Tunja and has a population of about 9,600 people. Villa de Leyva is considered one of the finest colonial villages of Colombia, and was declared a National Monument on December 17, 1954 to preserve its architecture. It is located in a high altitude valley at 2,144 m altitude where fossils from the Mesozoic and the Cretaceous abound. Description Lake Iguaque is located northwest to Villa de Leyva, and is part of the Iguaque wildlife sanctuary. The predominant ecosystem is the páramo, with presence of frailejón plant, ferns, lichens and puya (Puya (genus))s. The average temperature is 12°C. The route of access to the natural reservation is: Bogotá – Tunja (147&nbsp;km) Tunja – Villa de Leyva (39&nbsp;km). The visitors center Furachiogua offers accommodation up to 48 persons, and camping zone. (spanish) http: ecomochilas.com index.php?option com_content&view article&id 23&Itemid 43 birth_date commons:Tunja

, an area which is now part of the Boyacá Department. Before the discovery of America (Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact), Tundama (Duitama) was governed by the cacique Tundama. Nemequene (the Zaque) was the leader of the "north" and his establishment was Hunza (Tunja) (Tunja). Though the Zaque was considered the king of the north (where Duitama is located), he did not have absolute control over the population. He was, however, considered a person of great


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Tunja

'''Tunja''' ( ) is a city located on the eastern range of (Cordillera Oriental (Colombia)) the Colombian Andes, in the region known as the Altiplano Cundiboyacense, 130&nbsp;km northeast of Bogotá. In 2012, it had an estimated population of 181.407 inhabitants. It is the capital of Boyacá (Boyacá Department) department and the Central Boyacá Province. Tunja is an important education (#Education)al center of known universities. It was founded by the Spanish in 1539.

Tunja is a tourist (#Tourism) destination. In addition to its religious and historical sites it is host to several internationally known festivals (#Festivals) and is a jumping-off point for regional tourist destinations such as Villa de Leyva, Paipa, and Sierra Nevada del Cocuy. It is also a stop on the Pan American Highway which connects Tunja to Bogota and Santa Marta and eventually to the Northern and Southernmost parts of the Americas.

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