All the chats in Caldas

  1. Chats in Manizales
  2. Chats in La Dorada
  3. Chats in Chinchiná
  4. Chats in Villamaría
  5. Chats in Aguadas
  6. Chats in Salamina
  7. Chats in Manzanares
  8. Chats in Viterbo
  9. Chats in Supía
  10. Chats in Neira
  11. Chats in Aranzazu
  12. Chats in Pácora
  13. Chats in Pensilvania
  14. Chats in Palestina
  15. Chats in Belalcázar
  16. Chats in Marquetalia
  17. Chats in Norcasia
  18. Chats in Risaralda
  19. Chats in Filadelfia
  20. Chats in Victoria

Caldas is one of the thirty-two departments that, together with Bogotá, Distrito Capital, form the Republic of Colombia. Its capital is Manizales. It is located in the center of the country, in the Andean region, bordering the north with Antioquia, northeast with Boyacá, east with Cundinamarca, south with Tolima and Risaralda and west with Risaralda. With 7888 km² it is the fifth less extensive department-ahead of Risaralda, Atlántico, Quindío and San Andrés y Providencia, the least extensive-and with 125 inhabitants / km², the sixth most densely populated, behind San Andrés and Providencia, Atlántico, Quindío, Risaralda and Valle del Cauca. It belongs to the coffee axis and the Paisa region.

It was created in 1905, fruit of the reform to the political-administrative division proposed by General Rafael Reyes Prieto, who assumed the presidency in 1904. Until 1966 he understood the territories occupied by the departments of Risaralda and Quindío, which were segregated. This union is popularly known as El Viejo Caldas, El Gran Caldas or La Mariposa Verde. In this department it is possible to find all the thermal floors, from the warm valleys of the Magdalena River and the Cauca River to the perpetual snow of the Nevado del Ruiz. The mountainous topography predominates. According to a study by the Universidad del Rosario. In 2014, Caldas was the third most competitive department in Colombia, second only to Bogotá D. C. And Antioquia.