All the chats in Norte de Santander

  1. Chats in Cúcuta
  2. Chats in Ocaña
  3. Chats in Villa del Rosario
  4. Chats in Los Patios
  5. Chats in Pamplona
  6. Chats in Puerto Santander
  7. Chats in Tibú
  8. Chats in El Zulia
  9. Chats in Ábrego
  10. Chats in Chinácota
  11. Chats in Sardinata
  12. Chats in Toledo
  13. Chats in El Carmen
  14. Chats in Chitagá
  15. Chats in Gramalote
  16. Chats in Ragonvalia
  17. Chats in Durania
  18. Chats in El Tarra
  19. Chats in La Esperanza
  20. Chats in Arboledas
  21. Chats in Bochalema
Norte de Santander

Norte de Santander is one of the 32 departments that, together with the Capital District of Bogotá, form the Republic of Colombia. Its capital is Cúcuta. It is located in the northeast of the country, in the Andean region, bordering the north and east with Venezuela, to the south with Boyacá, to the southwest with Santander and to the west with Cesar. With 21 648 km ² it is the ninth less extensive department - ahead of La Guajira, Huila, Sucre, Caldas, Risaralda, Atlántico, Quindío and San Andrés y Providencia, the least extensive. It has 40 municipalities grouped into 6 subregions, 2 provinces and a metropolitan area.

Norte de Santander is an important historical zone of the country, especially Cúcuta, since in this city the consolidation of the current Colombia and Venezuela was made giving rise to the Gran Colombia on October 3,1821. The Battle of Cúcuta, which occurred on February 28,1813, where just Colonel Simón Bolívar begins his campaign for the liberation of Venezuela. The Charter of Cúcuta, among others. Cúcuta was the city where El Libertador Simon Bolivar lived the longest and lived during his stay in New Granada. In this city is the birthplace of General Santander, was also the epicenter of the birth of the Colombian Conservative Party, the Minute of God, the Colombian Air Force and other relevant events in national history. In this Department, four Colombian presidents were born: Francisco de Paula Santander, Virgilio Barco, Leonardo Canal González and Ramón González Valencia.

Due to its natural resources and geographic location, it has become an economic and commercial axis of the country, this department was created in Gran Colombia.