Tunja

Tunja (ˈtuŋxa) is a city located on the eastern range of the Colombian Andes, in the region known as the Altiplano Cundiboyacense, 130 km northeast of Bogotá. In 2012, it had an estimated population of 181.407 inhabitants. It is the capital of Boyacá department and the Central Boyacá Province. Tunja is an important educational center of known...
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Tunja

Capital of the Andean department of Boyacá, east-central Colombia, 2,800 m/9,200 ft above sea level; population (1992) 112,000. It is the centre of an agricultural and mining community, and linked to Bogotá by railway. One of the oldest cities in Colombia, Tunja was formerly the seat of the Chibcha Indian kings. The Spanish re...
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Tunja

city and capital of Boyacá departamento, north-central Colombia. It lies in the high valley of the Teatinos, or Boyacá, River. Founded in 1539 by ...
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Tunja

Tunja (tOOn'hä) , city (1993 pop. 101,622), capital of Boyacá dept., central Colombia, on the Pan-American Highway. It is a commercial center and distribution point for the products of the region (coal, gold, emeralds, mineral water, and agricultural products) and for the cattle of t...
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