Santa Marta city is located in the northern province of Colombia and separated by the Caribbean Sea and the Sierra Nevada mountains. The city is supposed to be a significant nautical port and center for tourism, culture and history. The total population of the city was found to be 410,139 according to the 2002 census and is said to be a moderately populated city in Colombia. The total area of the city has been found to be 2,369 sq mi square miles according to the Census Bureau which is entirely occupied by land. The major economy producing occupations here include travel and tourism, transportation and manufacturing bio fuels. It has the biggest bio-fuel sector in Colombia. More than 90%25 of the total population believes in Christianity. Temperature in the city varies from 18 degrees to 30 degrees at the sea level where the climate is wet and humid. The average annual rainfall in this area changes from 12 mm to 975 mm every month.
|Soledad - 45.6 mi|
The Colombian department of Atlantico has a town and municipality called as Soledad. The Municipality of Soledad is in the intertropical or torrid zone and is 5 hours of difference...