ChatRush

All the chats in Meta

  1. Chats in Villavicencio
  2. Chats in Acacías
  3. Chats in Granada
  4. Chats in Puerto López
  5. Chats in San Martín
  6. Chats in Cumaral
  7. Chats in Restrepo
  8. Chats in Puerto Gaitán
  9. Chats in Lejanías
  10. Chats in Puerto Lleras
  11. Chats in Puerto Yuca
  12. Chats in Guamal
  13. Chats in Puerto Concordia
  14. Chats in Vistahermosa
  15. Chats in Mesetas
  16. Chats in Fuente de Oro
  17. Chats in La Macarena
  18. Chats in San Juan de Arama
  19. Chats in El Castillo
Meta

Meta is one of the thirty-two departments that, together with Bogotá, Distrito Capital, form the Republic of Colombia. Its capital is Villavicencio. It is located in the center of the country, in the Orinoquía region, bordering Bogota, the Capital District, Cundinamarca and Casanare to the north, Vichada to the east, Guaviare and Caquetá to the south, and Huila to the west. With 85 635 km² it is the fourth largest department -behind Amazonas, Vichada and Caquetá- and with 11.23 inhabitants / km², the tenth least densely populated, ahead of Arauca, Chocó, Casanare, Caquetá, Guaviare, Vaupés, Amazonas, Vichada and Guainía, the least densely populated.

Its territory extends from the so-called Piedmont foothills to the Eastern Plains, and has a great water richness due to the numerous tributaries of the Orinoco River that cross the department and that are born in the Eastern Cordillera. Although the department is part of the eastern plains of Colombia, it has Andean mountainous areas, among which stands out one of the most famous natural parks in the country, known as the Serrania de la Macarena. The geographical centrality of its territory in the national context is marked by the presence of the municipality of Puerto López, known as El navel de Colombia. The Meta is a department of livestock, agricultural and mining economy, whose local culture revolves around the hacienda and the dairy, among the main events, fairs and festivities are the International Joropo Tournament, the Cuadrillas de San Martín and the World Cup. Of the Coleus.

The department has traditionally been a recipient of immigrants from other regions of the country, a factor that has enriched its cultural identity.