Bolívar, Colombie

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Depairtment o Bolívar
Departamento de Bolívar
Depairtment

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Coat of arms
Motto: Ab Ordine Libertas
(Laitin: Frae order comes freedom)
Anthem: Himno de Bolívar
Bolívar shown in red
Coordinates: 10°24′N 75°30′W / 10.400°N 75.500°W / 10.400; -75.500
Kintra Banner o Colombie Colombie
Region Caribbean Region
Established 15 Juin 1857
Caipital Cartagena
Government
 • Govrenor Alberto Bernal (2010-)
Area
 • Total 25,978 km2 (10,030 sq mi)
Area rank 14
Population (2005)[1]
 • Total 1,860,445
 • Rank 7
 • Density 72/km2 (190/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-05
ISO 3166 code CO-BOL
Provinces 6
Municipalities 46
Website www.bolivar.gov.co

Bolívar is a depairtment o Colombie. It wis namit efter ane o the oreeginal nine states o the Unitit States o Colombie. It is locatit tae the north o the kintra, extendin roughly north-sooth frae the Caribbean coast at Cartagena near the mooth o the Magdalena River, then sooth alang the river tae a border wi Antioquia Depairtment. The depairtments o Sucre an Córdoba are locatit tae the wast, an Atlántico Department is tae the north an east (maist o the border formit bi the Canal del Dique). Athort the Magdalena River tae the east is Magdalena Depairtment.

Its caipital is Cartagena, ither important ceeties include Magangué an Turbaco.

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  1. Achí
  2. Altos del Rosario
  3. Arenal del Sur
  4. Arjona
  5. Arroyo Hondo
  6. Barranco de Loba
  7. Calamar
  8. Cantagallo, Bolívar
  9. El Carmen de Bolívar
  10. Cartagena
  11. Cicuco
  12. Clemencia
  13. Córdoba
  14. El Guamo
  15. Hatillo de Loba
  16. Magangué
  17. Mahates
  18. Margarita
  19. María La Baja
  20. Santa Cruz de Mompox
  21. Montecristo
  22. Morales
  23. Norosí
  24. El Peñón
  25. Pinillos
  26. Regidor
  27. Rio Viejo
  28. San Cristobal
  29. San Estanislao
  30. San Fernando
  31. San Jacinto
  32. San Jacinto del Cauca
  33. San Juan Nepomuceno
  34. San Martín de Loba
  35. San Pablo
  36. Santa Catalina
  37. Santa Rosa
  38. Simití
  39. Soplaviento
  40. Talaiga Nuevo
  41. Tiquisio
  42. Turbaco
  43. Turbana
  44. Villanueva
  45. Zambrano
  46. Santa Rosa del Sur

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