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Puerto Boyaca

Puerto Boyaca is a Colombian river-port town and municipality by the Magdalena River in the Boyaca Department, where is also considered a Special Handling Zone due to its port status. Its main industries are oil exploration and processing. In the 1980s and early 1990s Puerto Boyaca was affected intensively by the Colombian Armed Conflict.


North with Bolivar, Santander Department

West Magdalena river with separate of Puerto Berrio, Puerto Nare, Puerto Triunfo and Sonson municipalities of Antioquia Department

South with Puerto Salgar and Yacopi municipalities of Cundinamarca Department

East Municipality of Otanche (Boyaca department)

Another Facts

Market Day: Sunday

Distance from Tunja: 373 km

Elevation: 150 m

Extension: 1472 km

Median temperature: 32 C

Demonym: Puerto Boyacenses

External links

Puerto Boyaca Municipality official Site (Spanish)

Read news and information about Puerto Boyaca at Excelsio.net (Spanish)

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