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CASANARE Presented by:Paula Alejandra Gómez Cachaya. Presented to:Teacher Juan david Perdomo School. San miguel arcangel Grade: 802
LIMITS The department of Casanare bordered to the north Casanare River, which separates it from the department of Arauca. To the south and east by the Meta River, which separates it from the departments of Meta and Vichada. And on the west by the departments of Boyacá and Cundinamarca.
CLIMATE The temperature varies from 22 to 27 ° C. The climate changes from humid in the foothills area, to cold in the Andes (18-20 ° C) through a tropical savannah area (about 27 ° C, rainy in winter, dry in summer).
POPULATION According to the population census of the Governorate of Casanare to the year 2005, totaling casanareños 295,353 inhabitants. The most populated municipalities are, in order: Yopal with 88,194 inhabitants, with 24,551 Aguazul and Monterrey with 13,000.
CULTURAL FESTIVITIES MANI Summer Festival. Festival International Creole Bandola "Pedro Florez" in January. Mango Festival in the month of March Cattle Fair in May. The department has a wealth of cultural events expressed in its many festivals. Almost every municipality has its own:
VILLANUEVA Festival de la Sabana, in the month of December. National Festival of the Colonies, in the month of August. Fair Bovine and Equine Business Expo, held in the month of December. The institution Fabio Riveros College reañiza a festival called The PALMARITO that is done: mid-September.
PAZ DE ARIPORO Celebrations in honor of the Virgin of Manare Plain International Festival, in the month of January. Student Festival the Golden Alcaravan.
YOPAL supervisory celebrations Feast of the Colonies Festival "The Golden Cimarron“ Student Festival "The Garcero del Llano", in the month of Fair livestock show in the month of August Guacaba International Festival in August. National Student Festival and Pageant of the song and the joropo plains, in the month of August.
AGUAZUL Festival and National Rice reign, in the month of January Sabanera Soul Festival in November. HATO COROZAL Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, in the month of October. Reign of livestock, in the month of October. Festival of the rope, in the month of October.
MONTERREY tua Rio Summer Festival SABANALARGA Festival Orange and cattle fair in the month of January. LA SALINA Festival de la Sal, in November.
FLAG Flag cut short (heading diagonally) with an eight-pointed yellow sun. Red symbolizes the blood of our heroes, the green represents our natural and plain, the eight- pointed sun representing each of the letters of the word Casanare.
shield Authors heraldistas teachers Ana Navarro M and Andrew Isbel Abellaneda "Obeen". Gules (red) a centaur armed gold silver sword. In Vert (green) a bull's head sable (black) silver gun, eyes forward. Argent saber water waves and azure Indian surmontadas a golden sun, on an escutcheon sable all loaded with a silver Latin cross. Bordure azure with nineteen gold star with six points.
TOURISM The department of Casanare offers many tourist attractions from the standpoint of natural, cultural and scientific. Across the plains region and particularly in Casanare singing, music, dances, indigenous myths and legends, are the cultural manifestation of the population, the joropo is your music and coleus their traditional festival, which is held together with activities such as rodeo, bullfighting and cocks between the months of August to December.
DISHES La Mamona o Ternera a la Llanera el Sancocho de Pato Pelón Llanero Hayaca criolla Rellenas criollas Caldo de Caribe Carpacho de Morrocoy Coporo sudado (pescado) Dulce de huevos de terecay Dulce de leche Gaván frito (ave) Caldo de curitos o en guiso (pescado) Guiso de pato pichón Picadillo Tortas de huevo de baba (especie de caimán o cachire) Pisillo de venado El tradicional pollero o bastimento.
FLORA AND FAUNA Region of beautiful scenery, a variety of wildlife and land rich in black gold and gas. The ecosystem has sixteen Casanare covering the plain, the high plain, the Andean forests and wilderness. Raising cattle is the most important economic line of the region. Oil development in the municipalities of Aguazul and Tauramena and the Cusiana and Cupiagua, has been very important in recent years as well as agriculture, mainly rice crops, banana, cassava, sugarcane, fruit trees and cotton.