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Many rivers descend from its snowy peaks and lagoons; the Ariguani, Ariguanicito, Badillo, Calderas, Cesar, Curiba, Donachui, Garupal, Guatapuri, which borders the city of Valledupar; and the Mariangola. The Municipality of Valledupar is bordered on the north with the municipalities of Riohacha and San Juan del Cesar in the department of La Guajira.
Multiple Locations in Valledupar | Valledupar, Colombia Find an Airbnb. Vallenato Legend Festival (Festival de la Leyenda Vallenata) is a music festival that takes place at Multiple Locations in Valledupar. Help us improve this description: Suggest an Edit * Festivities may not take place every day during this date range.
Valledupar (Spanish pronunciation: [baʝeðuˈpaɾ]) is a city and municipality in northeastern Colombia. It is the capital of Cesar Department. Its name, Valle de Upar (Valley of Upar), was established in honor of the Amerindian cacique who ruled the valley; Cacique Upar.
Travelers can learn about the customs of the Arhuaco natives in Nabusimake, 15.5 miles from Pueblo Bello, west of Valledupar. The trip takes about two and a half hours in a 4x4 vehicle, because the road is not paved. Walk the streets of the village and observe the Arhuaco’s houses of straw, mud, and stone.
By James Jordan, Alliance for Global Justice National Co-Coordinator I called Raquel Mogollón just minutes after she had come from a rare visit inside the pavilions of Colombia’s most notorious prison, the High Security Penitentiary of Valledupar, commonly known as La Tramacúa. Mogollón is the Chair of the Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ) Colombia Committee…Read more →