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Transcript of Colombia
Absolute and Relative Location
Capital of Colombia:
By: Isabella Baffoni
Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá
Las Lajas Sanctuary
Gold Museum in Bogotá, Colombia
Making A Living and Jobs
Coffee Bean Plantations
Poor Conditions (Lower Class)
Middle Class Conditons
Rich Conditions (High Class)
Foods Commonly Eaten
Variety of Meat
Arroz Con Coco
Other Facts For Place
Religion, Government, Nationality
90% Roman Catholic
Nationality: Colombian / Spanish
President:Juan Manuel Santos
Traveling / Transportation For People
Products / Transportation
Regions Within Colombia
Nevado Del Ruiz
Tropical Climate In All Regions of Colombia
(Both Pictures) In Bogota, Colombia people are
from the enviornment from the rainy season floods.
(Both Pictures) People are
to the enviornment in Valle del Cauca, Colombia by putting their house on stilts to avoid flooding.
This bus is
the environment in Bogota, Colombia by fumes polluting the air.
In this picture people are
the enviornment by cutting down trees in the Amazon Rainforest within Colombia.
An Elementary school in Monteria, Colombia.
St. George High School in Bogota, Colombia.
National University in Bogota, Colombia
Y= Represents All the Gold in Colombia
B= Represents the seas on Colombia's shores. (Pacific & Caribbean)
R= Represents blood spilled on battlegrounds for Colombia's Freedom.
What does the flag mean?
Colombia produces 60% of the world's most expensive Emeralds.
Products Produced In Colombia
Movement On How Products are Moved