|Capital||Caracas (14,007,143 inh)|
|Largest City||Caracas (14,007,143 inh)|
|Government Type||Federal Republic|
|National Motto||Todos Unidos en Libertad|
|GDP PPP 2007||$1,786 trillion (10th)|
|GDP Nominal||$1,456 trillion (10th)|
|President||Esteban Carstens Carstens|
|Administrative Divisions||32 States|
|Currency||Colombian Peso $|
|Armed Forces||300,000,000 men|
The country comprises a continental mainland and numerous islands located off the Colombian coastline in the Caribbean Sea. G. Colombia possesses borders with Brazil and Amazonia Republic to the south, and the Incan Empire to the west. Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, St. Lucia, Barbados, Curaçao, Bonaire, Aruba, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the Leeward Antilles lie just north, off the Colombian coast. Its size is 2,106,445 km² with an estimated population of 28,200,000. Its capital is Caracas. Falling within the tropics, Great Colombia sits close to the equator, in the Northern Hemisphere.
A former Spanish colony, which has been an independent republic since 1825. In the WW-II it fought against axis forces, and it was invaded by the Incan Empire. Today, the Republic of Great Colombia is known widely for its petroleum industry, the environmental diversity of its territory, and its natural features. Great Colombia is considered to be among the world's 17 most bio-diverse countries.
Great Colombia is among the most urbanized countries in Latin America (only after the Aztec Empire); the vast majority of Colombians live in the cities of the north, especially in the capital Caracas which is also the largest city. Other major cities include Maracaibo, Valencia and Maracay. Great Colombia is also home to a diversity of wildlife in a variety of protected habitats.