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Colombian culture2

  1. 1. Economy Politics Education Music Culture Sports Food Colombi a
  2. 2.  Colombia is located in the northwestern part of South America. Its capital is Bogota. Bordered on the east by Venezuela and Brazil, south to Peru and Ecuador by the northwest to Panama. Location
  3. 3. Culture Colombia has been hit by a wide range of cultural influences: Native Americans or indians, Spanish and other European, African, Caribbean, and Middle Eastern
  4. 4. Music Colombia is a country with a variety of music according to each region. The most traditional are: cumbia, salsa, vallenato, llanera. People listen to rock, pop, champeta, reggaeton, hip hop, electronic,
  5. 5. Politics Colombia is a Social State of Law organized as a unitary republic with political centralization and administrative decentralization, in which public power is separated into three branches, legislative, executive and judicial.
  6. 6. Education Education is composed of pre-school levels (three grades), basic education (nine grades), high school (two degrees) 70% of the existing schools, colleges and universities in Colombia are private.
  7. 7. Sports Soccer, cycling, boxing and roller skating are the most popular sports in Colombia. Baseball, volleyball, baseball, golf, athletics, bowling, motorsports, are also practiced.
  8. 8. Food  A key feature of this dish is its enormous wealth, both in quantity and variety of foods, so that the tray full paisa only be called to serve in large plates trays.  * Beans with claw  * White rice  * Chicharrón  * Fried Egg  * Patacón  * Chorizo ​​Antioquia with lemon  * Arepa Antioquia  * Hogao  * Sausage  * Tomato sliced ​​red  * Avocado. BANDEJA PAISA
  9. 9. Food TAMAL  The most famous Colombian tamales are from Tolima, consisting of corn flour, rice and peas, accompanied by boiled eggs, carrots, bacon, pork and chicken, seasoned lightly with salt and pepper, all of which are wrapped in a kitchen banana leaf, usually served with corn bread or bread and chocolate.
  10. 10. Food SANCOCHO  The stew is a soup consisting of meat, tubers, vegetables and seasonings. Among its origins seem to be the melting pot Taino, Spanish stew, pot rotten Spanish and Corsican stews, Irish, Danish, German, Italian and French.
  11. 11. Economy Colombian’s economy is based on emeralds, coffee, banana, crude oil, gas, livestock, hydro-electricity and mining.
  12. 12. OVERVIEW Official Name: Republic of Colombia Area (km2): 1.141.748 Costas (km): 3208 Limits: North: Caribbean Sea East: Venezuela and Brazil South: Peru and Ecuador West: Pacific Ocean Nor West: Panama Political divisions: 32 departments Capital: Bogota., D.C. (Founded in 1538 by Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada) Political divisions: 32 departments Currency: Peso Language: Spanish (official), Chibcha, Guajiro and about 90 more Indian languages, not official, there are also communities of foreign origin who speak English and German. National Day: July 20th (Independence) Adjective: Colombian Official time: GMT -5 hours (Normal / Summer) Main cities: Cali, Medellin, Barranquilla, Cartagena, Cucuta, Bucaramanga, Pereira, Ibague, Manizales and Pasto
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  14. 14. TIME FOR KIDS http://www.timeforkids.com/destination/colombia

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