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Colombia is a country in the northern part of South America. The country has around 46 million inhabitants and covers an area of 1,141.748 km2. Colombia is the only country in South America that has both a Pacific and a Caribbean coast. The capital is called Bogota and is located at an altitude of 2640 metres, making it the world's third highest capital city. Colombia gained independence from Spain in 1819.
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