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Risaralda was divided from the department of [[Caldas (Colombia)|Caldas]] in 1966. Risaralda is very well known for the high quality of its coffee, and a booming industry: clothes, food, trading of goods and services.
 
Risaralda was divided from the department of [[Caldas (Colombia)|Caldas]] in 1966. Risaralda is very well known for the high quality of its coffee, and a booming industry: clothes, food, trading of goods and services.
  
The territory is very mountainous and has many kinds of climate in a very small area. Its proximity to harbours like [[Buenaventura]] on the Pacific Ocean and to the biggest cities in Colombia – [[Bogotá]], [[Cali]], [[Medellín]] – it a fast growing economic centre.
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The territory is very mountainous and has many kinds of climate in a very small area. Its proximity to harbours like [[Buenaventura]] on the Pacific Ocean and to the biggest cities in Colombia – [[Bogotá]], [[Cali]], [[Medellin]] – it a fast growing economic centre.
  
 
Capital: [[Pereira (Colombia)|Pereira]]
 
Capital: [[Pereira (Colombia)|Pereira]]

Revision as of 17:00, 4 February 2007

Risaralda is a department of Colombia. It is located in the western central region of the country. Its capital is Pereira.

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Risaralda was divided from the department of Caldas in 1966. Risaralda is very well known for the high quality of its coffee, and a booming industry: clothes, food, trading of goods and services.

The territory is very mountainous and has many kinds of climate in a very small area. Its proximity to harbours like Buenaventura on the Pacific Ocean and to the biggest cities in Colombia – Bogotá, Cali, Medellin – it a fast growing economic centre.

Capital: Pereira

Municipalities:

  • Apia
  • Balboa
  • Belén de Umbría
  • Dosquebradas
  • Guatica
  • La Celia
  • La Virginia
  • Marsella
  • Mistrato
  • Pueblo Rico
  • Quinchía
  • Santa Rosa de Cabal
  • Santuario




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