Gran Colombia | Gran Colombia

and Gran Colombia

22 de septiembre de 1830 | Venezuela se separa de la Gran Colombia y declara su soberanía

22 de septiembre de 1830 | Venezuela se separa de la Gran Colombia y declara su soberanía

Todos somo parte de la Respuesta Colombia, esta es nuestra Marca

For those of you who don’t know, the national slogan of Colombia is “Colombia es pasión!” (Colombia is passion!), which I’m sure was the creation of a public relations compa…

Last flag of Gran Colombia which was a nation state that encompassed much of northern South America and part of southern Central America from 1819 to 1831. This short-lived republic included the territories of present-day Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panama, northern Peru and northwest Brazil. Gran Colombia's territory corresponded more or less to the original jurisdiction of the former Viceroyalty of New Granada.

Last flag of Gran Colombia which was a nation state that encompassed much of northern South America and part of southern Central America from 1819 to 1831. This short-lived republic included the territories of present-day Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panama, northern Peru and northwest Brazil. Gran Colombia's territory corresponded more or less to the original jurisdiction of the former Viceroyalty of New Granada.

La República de la Gran Colombia 1819-1830 - El Sueño de Simón Bolívar

La República de la Gran Colombia 1819-1830 - El Sueño de Simón Bolívar

B&P_desde_Guayana: POR UN JUEGO DE NAIPES, SANTANDER SELLO LA SUERTE ...

In Venezuela declared it's independence from Gran Colombia.

Simon Bolivar participated in the foundation of the first union called Gran Colombia and was president from 1819-1830

Experience comes from bad judgement." - Simon Bolivar, Venezuelan and South American Revolutionary leader.

After defeating the Spanish at the Battles of Boyaca and Carabobo, Venezuelan military and political leader Simón Bolívar established the Republic of Gran Colombia on this day in 1821. The state was officially organised at the Congress of Cúcuta and was a federation covering much of present day Venezuela, Colombia, Panama, and Ecuador, with Bolívar...Read more #LatinAmerica #Revolt #Revolution

After defeating the Spanish at the Battles of Boyaca and Carabobo, Venezuelan military and political leader Simón Bolívar established the Republic of Gran

Proyecto de la "Gran Colombia" promovido por Simón Bolívar.

Proyecto de la "Gran Colombia" promovido por Simón Bolívar.

File:Flag of the Gran Colombia (1819-1820).svg

The flag of Gran Colombia, which won independence from Spain, then broke into three countries (Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador) in

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