All the chats in Boyacá

  1. Chats in Sogamoso
  2. Chats in Tunja
  3. Chats in Duitama
  4. Chats in Chiquinquirá
  5. Chats in Puerto Boyacá
  6. Chats in Paipa
  7. Chats in Garagoa
  8. Chats in Soatá
  9. Chats in Moniquirá
  10. Chats in Muzo
  11. Chats in Guateque
  12. Chats in Santa Rosa de Viterbo
  13. Chats in Aquitania
  14. Chats in Belén
  15. Chats in Pesca
  16. Chats in Villa de Leyva
  17. Chats in Ramiriquí
  18. Chats in Toca
  19. Chats in Boavita
  20. Chats in Samacá
  21. Chats in Otanche
  22. Chats in Quípama
  23. Chats in Tibasosa
  24. Chats in Nobsa
  25. Chats in Chita
  26. Chats in Turmequé
  27. Chats in Guayatá
  28. Chats in Miraflores
  29. Chats in El Cocuy
  30. Chats in Pauna
  31. Chats in San Luis de Gaceno

Boyacá is one of the thirty-two departments that, together with Bogotá, Distrito Capital, form the Republic of Colombia. Its capital is Tunja. It is located in the center-east of the country, in the Andean region, bounded on the north by Santander and Norte de Santander, on the northeast by Venezuela and Arauca, on the east by Casanare, on the south by Cundinamarca and on the west by Caldas and Antioquia. It was created during the constitutional reform of the Granadina Confederation on May 22,1858. In the Boyacá territory decisive battles were fought for the independence of Colombia. For this reason, the liberator Simón Bolívar called it "Cradle and Workshop of Liberty" and in his honor the Order of Boyacá was created in 1819.

The name of Boyacá comes from the Muisca word "Boiaca", which means "Region of the Manta Real "or" Cercado del Cacique ", which is derived etymologically from the words boy and ca. This name was given to the department in 1821 by the congress of Cúcuta, in honor of the Boyacá River, in which it is located. The bridge where the most decisive battle for the independence of Colombia was fought Before the Congress of Cúcuta, the jurisdiction of the current department was part of the province of Tunja, receiving the same name from its capital city, Tunja.