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Region:

bolivar

City:

cartagena

Latitude and Longitude:

10.399700,-75.514400

Postal Code:

-

Time Zone:

America/Bogota

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COMUNICACION CELULAR S.A. COMCEL S.A.

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  • Cartagena, Colombia

    Cartagena, Colombia

    City in coastal northern Colombia

    Distance: Approx. 1577 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.4,-75.5

    Cartagena ( KAR-tə-HAY-nə), known since the colonial era as Cartagena de Indias (Spanish: [kaɾtaˈxena ðe ˈindjas] ), is a city and one of the major ports on the northern coast of Colombia in the Caribbean Coast Region, along the Caribbean sea. Cartagena's past role as a link in the route to the West Indies provides it with important historical value for world exploration and preservation of heritage from the great commercial maritime routes. As a former Spanish colony, it was a key port for the export of Bolivian silver to Spain and for the import of enslaved Africans under the asiento system.

  • Bolívar Department

    Bolívar Department

    Department of Colombia

    Distance: Approx. 1577 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.4,-75.5

    Bolívar (Spanish pronunciation: [boˈliβaɾ]) is a department of Colombia. It was named after one of the original nine states of the United States of Colombia. It is located to the north of the country, extending roughly north–south from the Caribbean coast at Cartagena near the mouth of the Magdalena River, then south along the river to a border with Antioquia Department.

  • Estadio Jaime Morón León

    Estadio Jaime Morón León

    Distance: Approx. 1885 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.405534,-75.498237

    Estadio Jaime Morón León, formerly known as Estadio Pedro de Heredia, is a multi-use stadium in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. Built in 1958 it has a capacity of 17,200. It is currently used mostly for football matches as the home venue of Real Cartagena.

  • Raid on Cartagena de Indias (1697)

    Raid on Cartagena de Indias (1697)

    French attack during the War of the Grand Alliance

    Distance: Approx. 2605 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.4114,-75.535

    The raid on Cartagena de Indias was a successful attack by the French on the fortified city of Cartagena de Indias, on 6 May 1697, as part of the War of the Grand Alliance.

  • Battle of Cartagena de Indias

    Battle of Cartagena de Indias

    1741 naval battle of the War of Jenkins' Ear

    Distance: Approx. 3099 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.38527778,-75.53861111

    The Battle of Cartagena de Indias (Spanish: Sitio de Cartagena de Indias, lit. 'Siege of Cartagena de Indias') took place during the 1739 to 1748 War of Jenkins' Ear between Spain and Great Britain. The result of long-standing commercial tensions, the war was primarily fought in the Caribbean; the British tried to capture key Spanish ports in the region, including Porto Bello and Chagres in Panama, Havana, and Cartagena de Indias in present-day Colombia. Two previous naval attacks in 1740 had failed and for the third attempt in March 1741, the British had opted for a combined naval and land attack.

  • Estadio Once de Noviembre

    Estadio Once de Noviembre

    Distance: Approx. 2146 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.404187,-75.495334

    Estadio Once de Noviembre is a baseball stadium in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. It currently serves as the home of the Tigres de Cartagena of Colombia's professional baseball league. The stadium holds 12,000 people.

  • Capture of the galleon San Joaquin

    Distance: Approx. 2605 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.4114,-75.535

    The capture of the galleon San Joaquin or the battle of Cartagena was a naval engagement that took place off the coast near Cartagena (present day Colombia). It involved five British ships of the line against the Spanish galleon San Joaquin and a smaller ship. After an action lasting barely an hour the Spanish ship surrendered.

  • Convento de la Popa

    Convento de la Popa

    Distance: Approx. 2488 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.4192,-75.5255

    The convent, cloister and chapel of Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria de la Popa are located at the top of Mount la Popa, in Cartagena de Indias, in Colombia. It is also called Convento de Santa Cruz de la Popa.

  • San Sebastián del Pastelillo Fort

    San Sebastián del Pastelillo Fort

    Military fortress in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

    Distance: Approx. 3589 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.414088,-75.543736

    The Fort San Sebastián del Pastelillo (Spanish: Fuerte de San Sebastián del Pastelillo) is a military fortress built in colonial times in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.

  • Old Boots (sculpture)

    Old Boots (sculpture)

    Sculptures located in Cartagena, Colombia and Coral Gables, Florida, United States

    Distance: Approx. 3498 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.42128,-75.53762

    Old Boots (Spanish: Las Botas Viejas), also known as the Old Shoes Monument (Spanish: Monumento Los Zapatos Viejos) is a sculpture located in Cartagena, Colombia. The statue was created in honor of Colombian poet Luis Carlos López, who, in his poem A mi Ciudad Nativa, compared the city of Cartagena to a pair of old boots.

  • Siege of Cartagena (1815)

    Siege of Cartagena (1815)

    Part of the Colombian War of Independence

    Distance: Approx. 1577 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.4,-75.5

    The Siege of Cartagena (1815) (Spanish: Asedio español de Cartagena de Indias) was a successful 105-day Spanish siege by combined naval and ground forces under command of General Pablo Morillo, of the Colombian city and fortress of Cartagena de Indias, defended by Republican forces under the leadership of Manuel del Castillo y Rada and José Francisco Bermúdez, between August and December 1815.

  • Siege of Cartagena (1820-21)

    Part of the Colombian War of Independence

    Distance: Approx. 1577 meters

    Latitude and longitude: 10.4,-75.5

    The Siege of Cartagena (1820-1821) (Spanish: Asedio de Cartagena de Indias (1820-1821)) was a military confrontation fought in the context of the Colombian War of Independence between Patriots and Royalists, with the victory of the former. It was the longest siege experienced by the city in its history.

Weather in this IP's area

Current Weather

light rain

Current Temperature

28 Celsius

Feeling temperature

33 Celsius

lowest temperature

28 Celsius

Maximum temperature

28 Celsius

Atmospheric pressure

1010 hPa

humidity

89 %

visibility

10000 meters

Wind speed

1.54 m/s

wind direction

50 degree

cloud

20 %

Sunrise time

17:00:00

Sunset time

04:00:00

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