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Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Cúcuta is the capital of Norte de Santander, home of 1 million people (all of the metropolitan area). It's a major commercial hub in the northeastern Colombia, playing a significant role in trade between Colombia and Venezuela . Cúcuta is located in the northeast, 580 km to the north of the capital Bogotá .

Cúcuta has a domestic airport, Camilo Daza with flights to Bogotá, Medellín and other Colombian cities. Avianca has a non-stop flight to Medellín - Rionegro International airport. ADA [1] , the low-cost carrier EasyFly [2] and LAN [3] fly to the local airport in Medellín (Olaya Herrera).

Cúcuta is connected by national highways with Bogotá (14 hours / 80,000 COP) and Caracas (16 hours / 90 VEF) in Venezuela.

Cúcuta (pron. IPA koo`koo-tä), or San Jose de Cúcuta , is the capital of the Norte de Santander Department , in Colombia . Cúcuta is an important city in northeastern Colombia because of where it is; on the border with Venezuela . People from Cúcuta are called cucuteños .

Adding also to the city's progress and development that had not been seen in 20 years with the building of six overpasses , a convention center , a new bus terminal , a new Integrated Massive Transportation System called Metrobus , the modernization of state owned schools, the recovery of Cucuta's downtown , and the duplication of the capacity for the General Santander Stadium . And the expectation over new industries that will come from Venezuela and will place their factories in Cucuta aimming at exporting through the Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement between Colombia and the United States . [3]

Simón Bolívar captured Cúcuta in 1813 and set out from there on his march to Caracas. At Cúcuta the constituent congress of 1821 met to draft the constitution of Greater Colombia (present day Venezuela, Ecuador and Colombia).

Cúcuta is the capital of Norte de Santander, home of 1 million people (all of the metropolitan area). It's a major commercial hub in the northeastern Colombia, playing a significant role in trade between Colombia and Venezuela . Cúcuta is located in the northeast, 580 km to the north of the capital Bogotá .

Cúcuta has a domestic airport, Camilo Daza with flights to Bogotá, Medellín and other Colombian cities. Avianca has a non-stop flight to Medellín - Rionegro International airport. ADA [1] , the low-cost carrier EasyFly [2] and LAN [3] fly to the local airport in Medellín (Olaya Herrera).

Cúcuta is connected by national highways with Bogotá (14 hours / 80,000 COP) and Caracas (16 hours / 90 VEF) in Venezuela.

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Cúcuta is the capital of Norte de Santander, home of 1 million people (all of the metropolitan area). It's a major commercial hub in the northeastern Colombia, playing a significant role in trade between Colombia and Venezuela . Cúcuta is located in the northeast, 580 km to the north of the capital Bogotá .

Cúcuta has a domestic airport, Camilo Daza with flights to Bogotá, Medellín and other Colombian cities. Avianca has a non-stop flight to Medellín - Rionegro International airport. ADA [1] , the low-cost carrier EasyFly [2] and LAN [3] fly to the local airport in Medellín (Olaya Herrera).

Cúcuta is connected by national highways with Bogotá (14 hours / 80,000 COP) and Caracas (16 hours / 90 VEF) in Venezuela.

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Cúcuta is the capital of Norte de Santander, home of 1 million people (all of the metropolitan area). It's a major commercial hub in the northeastern Colombia, playing a significant role in trade between Colombia and Venezuela . Cúcuta is located in the northeast, 580 km to the north of the capital Bogotá .

Cúcuta has a domestic airport, Camilo Daza with flights to Bogotá, Medellín and other Colombian cities. Avianca has a non-stop flight to Medellín - Rionegro International airport. ADA [1] , the low-cost carrier EasyFly [2] and LAN [3] fly to the local airport in Medellín (Olaya Herrera).

Cúcuta is connected by national highways with Bogotá (14 hours / 80,000 COP) and Caracas (16 hours / 90 VEF) in Venezuela.

Cúcuta (pron. IPA koo`koo-tä), or San Jose de Cúcuta , is the capital of the Norte de Santander Department , in Colombia . Cúcuta is an important city in northeastern Colombia because of where it is; on the border with Venezuela . People from Cúcuta are called cucuteños .

Adding also to the city's progress and development that had not been seen in 20 years with the building of six overpasses , a convention center , a new bus terminal , a new Integrated Massive Transportation System called Metrobus , the modernization of state owned schools, the recovery of Cucuta's downtown , and the duplication of the capacity for the General Santander Stadium . And the expectation over new industries that will come from Venezuela and will place their factories in Cucuta aimming at exporting through the Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement between Colombia and the United States . [3]

Simón Bolívar captured Cúcuta in 1813 and set out from there on his march to Caracas. At Cúcuta the constituent congress of 1821 met to draft the constitution of Greater Colombia (present day Venezuela, Ecuador and Colombia).

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.

Many have queued overnight, waiting patiently for the Simón Bolívar International bridge to open. Some 25,000 people cross the bridge into Colombia every day.

It is a short walk between the two countries but with the political and economic crisis in Venezuela deepening , the two neighbours now seem worlds apart.

Venezuela is suffering from acute shortages of medicines, hospitals struggle to treat patients and staple goods have become scarce and unaffordable to many.


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