Bogota D.C. is the capital of Colombia and the capital of the department of Cundinamarca.
Bogotá is located on the west of the Savannah of Bogotá (Sabana de Bogotá), 2640 metres (8661 ft) above sea level. Although it is located in what is popularly called "savannah" (Sabana), the geographical site is actually a high plateau in the Andes Mountains. The extended region is also known as “Altiplano Cundiboyacense" which literally means "high plateau of Cundinamarca and Boyacá".
The average temperature is 14.5 °C (58 °F), and it varies from 6°C to 19 °C (43 to 66 °F) in fair skies days, to 10°C to 18 °C (50 to 64 °F) in heavy rain days. Dry and rainy seasons alternate throughout the year. The driest months are December, January, July and August. The warmest month is March, bringing a maximum of 19.7 °C (67.5 °F). The coolest nights occur in January, with an average of 7.6 °C (45.7 °F) in the city; fog is very usual in early morning, 220 days per year, whilst sunny days are quite unusual.
Bogota is the biggest and most populated city of the country and also the most important educational, cultural, commercial, administrative, financial, and political and touristic center of Colombia.
After official numbers the capital and the surrounding areas have approx. 7.9 Million inhabitants. Type your paragraph here.