In October of last year alone, there were at least two emerald-related shootings in bogota.
Montgomery points to impoverished bogota, for example, as “a happy city” that shows the way to urban development.
The Prince and The Duchess will travel to Colombia first, arriving in bogota on Tuesday, October 28.
You have not been in bogota for months, for years, Senorita.
Bolivar apprised his friends in bogota that he should visit them in secret.
They were tired of serving as the milch cow for the fattening of the Government at bogota.
bogota and the Argentine Republic have whitewashed many a reputation.'
After this we were to turn to the right over the Quindio mountains to reach bogota.
It is formed by the river bogota, which is hereabouts sixty yards in breadth.
As a natural consequence, were this passage blocked, the whole plain of bogota would be inundated and the ancient lake restored.
South American nation, independent from 1819 as part of Gran Colombia (after its breakup in 1850, as New Granada, then Colombia from 1863); named for Italian explorer Christopher Columbus (Italian Colombo, Portuguese Colom, Spanish Colón).
Republic in northwestern South America, bordered by Panama to the northwest, Venezuela to the northeast, Ecuador and Peru to the south, and Brazil to the southeast. Its capital and largest city is Bogotá.
Note: Its major legal crop is coffee.
Note: Trafficking of marijuana and cocaine remains a problem in Colombia. With support from the United States, the Colombian government has attacked drug traffickers, but the country continues to be torn by civil war between left-wing and right-wing factions.
Capital of Colombia and the largest city in the country, located near the center of Colombia on a high, fertile plain.