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Colombia is a country located within South America, as well as an insular region of the country located within North America. Colombia is one of the world’s seventeen megadiverse countries, and is also the only country in South America with coastlines on both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Covering an area of around 1.14 million square kilometers (440,831 square miles), Colombia is home to a population of 50 million. Colombia is also a country that is known to be very culturally rich, being influenced by African culture, European culture, and as well as indigenous populations. The country is a presidential participatory democracy, and the current president is Iván Duque Márquez since 2018.

Made up of six geographical regions, Colombia has varied landscapes found within the country. The Andes mountain range can be found, as well as Pacific Coastal regions and Caribbean coastal regions. Colombia is bordered by Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru. The climate of Colombia is known to be very tropical, due to the country’s close proximity to the equator. Due to geographical differences, there exists a vast amount of different climates within the country.In Colombia, the coastal regions are very animal-rich, and it actually serves as a trade export to numerous North American and European zoos. In these regions, one can find anteaters, multiple monkey species, sloths, deer, spectacled bears, as well as all sorts of tropical rodent species. Along with these, pumas and jaguars can be found, however they have been known as an endangered species. When it comes to plants, Colombia holds around 40,000 to 45,000 different plant species, which is actually equivalent to 10% to 20% of all of the total global species. Colombia is, in fact, the world’s most biodiverse country, and also holds the most endemisms, meaning species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. In total, Colombia is home to 10% of the world’s mammal species, 14% of the amphibian species, and 18% of the bird species.

Historically, Colombia has always been an agrarian society. However, in the 20th century, industrialization hit and by the end of the 20th century, 15.8% of the workforce was employed in agriculture. Colombia is a country rich with natural resources. Some of the top exports within Colombia are mineral fuels, oils, fruits, sugars, plastics, metals, forest products, vehicles, and electronic products. The top sectors GDP wise in Colombia are the financial services industries, social services, and trade, hotels, and restaurants services.

With a population of around 50 million, Colombia is the third most populated country in South America, following Brazil and Mexico. Currently, the population growth within Colombia seems to be very slow. It is estimated that by 2050, the population will reach 55.3 million. There is a very high rate of both emigration and internal immigration within Colombia. More than likely, migrants leave in search of better wages, as well as better living conditions. Colombia is known to have the highest population of internally displaced people in the world, standing at around 4.9 million people since 2012.

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Old Maps of Colombia
Explore our collection of Old Maps of Colombia.

Colombia is a country located within South America, as well as an insular region of the country located within North America. Colombia is one of the world’s seventeen megadiverse countries, and is also the only country in South America with coastlines on both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Covering an area of around 1.14 million square kilometers (440,831 square miles), Colombia is home to a population of 50 million. Colombia is also a country that is known to be very culturally rich, being influenced by African culture, European culture, and as well as indigenous populations. The country is a presidential participatory democracy, and the current president is Iván Duque Márquez since 2018.

Made up of six geographical regions, Colombia has varied landscapes found within the country. The Andes mountain range can be found, as well as Pacific Coastal regions and Caribbean coastal regions. Colombia is bordered by Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru. The climate of Colombia is known to be very tropical, due to the country’s close proximity to the equator. Due to geographical differences, there exists a vast amount of different climates within the country.In Colombia, the coastal regions are very animal-rich, and it actually serves as a trade export to numerous North American and European zoos. In these regions, one can find anteaters, multiple monkey species, sloths, deer, spectacled bears, as well as all sorts of tropical rodent species. Along with these, pumas and jaguars can be found, however they have been known as an endangered species. When it comes to plants, Colombia holds around 40,000 to 45,000 different plant species, which is actually equivalent to 10% to 20% of all of the total global species. Colombia is, in fact, the world’s most biodiverse country, and also holds the most endemisms, meaning species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. In total, Colombia is home to 10% of the world’s mammal species, 14% of the amphibian species, and 18% of the bird species.

Historically, Colombia has always been an agrarian society. However, in the 20th century, industrialization hit and by the end of the 20th century, 15.8% of the workforce was employed in agriculture. Colombia is a country rich with natural resources. Some of the top exports within Colombia are mineral fuels, oils, fruits, sugars, plastics, metals, forest products, vehicles, and electronic products. The top sectors GDP wise in Colombia are the financial services industries, social services, and trade, hotels, and restaurants services.

With a population of around 50 million, Colombia is the third most populated country in South America, following Brazil and Mexico. Currently, the population growth within Colombia seems to be very slow. It is estimated that by 2050, the population will reach 55.3 million. There is a very high rate of both emigration and internal immigration within Colombia. More than likely, migrants leave in search of better wages, as well as better living conditions. Colombia is known to have the highest population of internally displaced people in the world, standing at around 4.9 million people since 2012.

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