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Updated: 08/26/04


Colombian flag

Embassy in Washington, DC
Consulates in the U.S.


Colombian holidays

Colombian music

Colombian national symbols

Colombian national symbols and additional information [Spanish]

Cultural activities in Bogotá

The Gold Museum

Maloka: indigenous park

Museums in Colombia

The national anthem (listen to it)


Bogotá datasheet

The Central Bank

The Colombian economy

Commercial and legal information on Colombian industries

Commercial statistics

Country Commercial Guide: Colombia

Country Report on Economic Policy and Trade Practices


Economic and trade statistics

Foreign trade database

Information for investors

Investment in Colombia


Colombia: a Country Study (Library of Congress Area Handbook Series)

Colombian culture, government, products, sports, etc.

The Department of State Background Notes

Earthquake in Colombia, 1/99


Information about Colombia


A map and travel information

Selected Internet resources


To do research about Colombia

Typical Colombian foods [in Spanish]


President Alvaro Uribe Vélez

Vice President Francisco Santos Calderón

Air Force

Ambassador to the U.S., Luis Alberto Moreno

Armed Forces General Command



Colombia - Presidential Human Rights Program

Colombian constitution(English)

Colombian constitution(Spanish)

The Colombian government website

Colombian justice

Colombian legislation


National Planning Department
National Planning Director,
Santiago Montenegro

National Police


Plan de desarrollo alternativo, PNDA
Crop substitution program

Peace Commissioner
Luis Carlos Restrepo

Peace Plan (Plan Colombia)


Colombian magazines

Colombian newspapers

Colombian radio stations

Colombian news

Telecommunications statistics


A bilingual tour of Bogotá

The Department of State travel advisory

FAA information on Colombia

A hotel directory

Listen to music while finding out about Bogotá

Travel, statistics, and more

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