lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender lgbt rights in colombia are among the best in latin america, and have substantially progressed since consensual homosexual activity was decriminalized in 1981 with amendments to the criminal code, making it one of latin america's most advanced countries in regard to lgbt rights legislation. between february 2007 and april 2008, three rulings of the .
barranquilla became colombia's principal port, and with its level of industrialization and modernity earned the city the nickname 'colombia's golden gate' spanish: la puerta de oro de colombia . in the 1940s, barranquilla was the second-largest city in colombia and one of the most modern cities in the caribbean and in south america; later .
the initialism lgbt is used to refer collectively to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and members of the specific group and to the community that surrounds them.this can include rights advocates, artists, authors, etc. in spite of considerable de jure legal protection for the lgbt community in colombia see lgbt rights in colombia , lgbt individuals are often subject to .
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santa cruz de los taques, discovered in 1502 by alonso de ojeda, in this town is the bay of amuay, a place of great scenic beauty. pueblo nuevo, for many years was the most important population of the paraguana peninsula. its origin is located between 1730 and 1770. its economy is based on the artisan activity, represented by excellent ceramists.
the ministry of mines and energy spanish: ministerio de minas y energía is the national executive ministry of the government of colombia that oversees the regulation of the mining and mineral industry and the electricity sector in colombia, it is similar in its duties to other energy ministries of other countries.
actualización de maestros en educación ame : 1998, fundación cisneros launches the first professional development program for teachers in latin america via satellite television and internet; 2008, expansion by fundación cisneros and barrick gold corporation
marisela reacciona al enterarse que existe otra “dama de hierro' video marisela, “la dama de hierro”, quedó mareada cuando supo que en colombia ha sido detenida una mujer que tiene el .
list of invasive species in colombia . colombia's governmental organization that oversees and manages natural parks within its national borders, parques nacionales naturales de colombia, has provided an official list of species that are considered to be invasive under the following resolutions: .
in the early 1860s, the tesoría general de los estados unidos de nueva granada issued notes in denominations of 20 centavos, 1, 2, 3, 10, 20 and 100 pesos, with all denominations also given in reales. in 1863, treasury notes of the estados unidos de colombia were introduced for 5, 10 and 20 centavos, and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 pesos.
the constitution of colombia spanish: constitución política de colombia , better known as the constitution of 1991, is the current governing document of the republic of colombia. promulgated on july 4, 1991, it replaced the constitution of 1886. it is colombia's ninth constitution since 1830.
imperialism is a policy or ideology of extending a country's rule over foreign nations, often by military force or by gaining political and economic control of other areas. imperialism has been common throughout recorded history, the earliest examples dating from the mid-third millennium
the flora of colombia is characterized by 130,000 species of plants that have been described within colombian territory. victoria amazonica grows in the amazon basin. the national flower of colombia is the orchid cattleya trianae which was named after the colombian naturalist josé jerónimo triana. the orchid was selected by botanist emilio .
salar del hombre muerto transl. salt pan of the dead man is a salt pan in argentina, in the antofagasta de la sierra department on the border between the salta and catamarca provinces. it covers an area of 600 square kilometres 230 sq mi and is in part covered by debris. during the pleistocene it was sometimes a lake, but today only parts of the salt pan are covered by perennial water .
colombia is the country with the second-highest biodiversity in the world, behind brazil. as of 2016, 56,343 species are registered in colombia, of which 9,153 are endemic.the country occupies the first position worldwide in number of orchids and birds, second position in plants, amphibians, butterflies and fresh water fish, third place in species of palm trees and reptiles and globally holds .
colombia / k ə ˈ l ʌ m b i ə / kə-lum-bee-ə, /-ˈ l ɒ m-/-lom-; spanish: , officially the republic of colombia es-republica de colombia.ogg , is a country largely situated in the north of south america, with land and territories in north america.colombia is bounded on the north by the caribbean sea, the northwest by panama, the south by both ecuador and peru, the east by .
cocos island spanish: isla del coco is an island in the pacific ocean administered by costa rica, approximately 550 km 342 mi; 297 nmi southwest of the costa rican mainland. it constitutes the 11th of the 13 districts of puntarenas canton of the province of puntarenas. with an area of approximately 23.85 km 2 9.21 sq mi , the island is more or less rectangular in shape.