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Amazonas, Colombia

Amazonas is one of 33 primary administrative regions in Colombia with a population of approximately 67,726 people.

Facts and figures on Amazonas at a glance

Region name: Amazonas (Amazonas)
Status: Primary administrative region
Population: 67,726 people
Country: Colombia
Continent: South America

The regional headquarters of Amazonas (Amazonas) is located in the regional capital Leticia (Leticia) with a population of 29,666 people.

The distance as the crow flies from Amazonas's regional capital Leticia to Colombia's capital Bogota (Bogotá) is approximately 1,081 km (671 mi).

Facts and figures about Amazonas
RegionPopulationRegional capitalPopulation
Amazonas Amazonas67,726 peopleLeticia Leticia29,666 people

Compare with other regions in Colombia.

Map of Amazonas

Map of Amazonas

Information on Amazonas

Information on Amazonas
Region nameRegional capitalSubregionsCountryContinent
Amazonas AmazonasLeticia Leticia11ColombiaSouth America

Time in Amazonas

Time in Amazonas
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 - 4:14pmNoThu, 21 Oct 2021 - 4:14pmUTC -5.0America/Bogota

Geographic coordinates of Amazonas

Latitude & Longitude of Amazonas
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map1°10'00.0"S (-1.1666700°)71°30'00.0"W (-71.5000000°)

Subregions in Amazonas

There are 11 administrative subregions in Amazonas.
Subregions in Amazonas
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
El Encanto El Encanto1.4,376--
La Chorrera La Chorrera2.3,337--
La Pedrera La Pedrera3.3,711--
La Victoria La Victoria4.979--
Leticia Leticia5.37,832--
Miriti - Parana Miriti - Paraná6.1,643--
Puerto Alegria Puerto Alegría7.1,277--
Puerto Arica Puerto Arica8.1,440--
Puerto Narino Puerto Nariño9.6,983--
Puerto Santander Puerto Santander10.2,373--
Tarapaca Tarapacá11.3,775--

External sources of information on Amazonas

Amazonas on Wikipedia