Santa Marta

Santa Marta, officially Distrito Turístico, Cultural e Histórico de Santa Marta, is a city on the coast of the in northern . It is the capital of and the fourth-largest urban city of the Caribbean Region of Colombia, after , , and Soledad.
Photo: Luis Perez, CC BY-SA 3.0. Photo: Pedro Felipe, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Tourist attraction
La is an hacienda or quinta built in the 17th century, famous for being the death place of Simón Bolívar on December 17, 1830.

Public aquarium
The is a public aquarium and maritime museum located in the Inca Inca Cove off the Rodadero beach in Santa Marta, .

Localities in the Area

is a traditional fishing village and corregimiento of Santa Marta, located on the Caribbean coast of at about 10 minutes or 3 kilometres north of Santa Marta. Photo: Ffathead, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Santa Marta

Latitude
11.2422° or 11° 14' 32" north
Longitude
-74.2056° or 74° 12' 20" west
Open Location Code
77376QRV+VQ
Population
432,000
IATA airport code
SMR
United Nations Location Code
CO SMR
Elevation
12 metres (39 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 298024011
Geo­Names ID
3668605
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Santa Marta
  • Arabic: Santa Marta, Colombia
  • Arabic: سانتا مارتا , كولومبيا
  • Arabic: سانتا مارتا
  • Armenian: Սանտա Մարթա
  • Armenian: Սանտա Մարտա
  • Asturian; Bable: Santa Marta
  • Aymara: Santa Marta (Kuluwya)
  • Aymara: Santa Marta
  • Azerbaijani: Santa-Marta
  • Basque: Santa Marta
  • Belarusian: Санта-Марта (Калумбія)
  • Belarusian: Санта-Марта
  • Bengali: সানতা মারতা
  • Bulgarian: Санта Марта
  • Catalan: Santa Marta
  • Cebuano: Santa Marta
  • Chinese: Santa Marta
  • Chinese: 圣玛尔塔
  • Chinese: 聖瑪爾塔
  • Czech: Santa Marta
  • Danish: Santa Marta
  • Dutch: Santa Marta
  • Esperanto: Sankta-Marta
  • Esperanto: Sankta Marta
  • Esperanto: Santa Marta
  • Finnish: Santa Marta
  • French: Santa Marta
  • Frisian: Santa Marta
  • Gaelic (Scots): Santa Marta
  • Georgian: სანტა-მარტა
  • German: Santa Marta
  • Greek: Σάντα Μάρτα
  • Gujarati: સાન્તા માર્ટા
  • Hebrew: סנטה מרתה
  • Hindi: सांता मार्ता
  • Hungarian: Santa Marta
  • Indonesian: Santa Marta
  • Italian: Santa Marta
  • Japanese: サンタマルタ
  • Japanese: サンタ・マルタ
  • Kannada: ಸಂತ ಮಾರ್ತಾ
  • Korean: 산타 마르타
  • Korean: 산타마르타
  • Latvian: Santamarta
  • Letzeburgesch: Santa Marta
  • Lithuanian: Santa Marta
  • Malay (generic): Santa Marta, Colombia
  • Malay (generic): Santa Marta
  • Marathi: सांता मार्ता
  • Min Nan Chinese: Santa Marta
  • Northern Frisian: Santa Marta (Steed uun Kolumbien)
  • Northern Frisian: Santa Marta
  • Norwegian: Santa Marta
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Santa Marta
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Santa Marta
  • Persian: سانتا مارتا
  • Polish: Santa Marta
  • Portuguese: Santa Marta
  • Quechua: Santa Marta
  • Romanian: Santa Marta
  • Russian: Санта-Марта
  • Russian: Санта Марта
  • Scots: Santa Marta
  • Serbian: Santa Marta
  • Serbian: Санта Марта
  • Serbo-Croatian: Santa Marta
  • Sinhalese: සැන්ටා මර්ටා
  • Slovenian: Santa Marta
  • Spanish: LANZA
  • Spanish: Samarios
  • Spanish: Santa Marta
  • Spanish: Santa Martha
  • Swedish: Santa Marta
  • Tagalog: Santa Marta
  • Tamil: சாண்டா மார்த்தா
  • Tatar: Санта-Марта
  • Telugu: శాంటా మార్త
  • Thai: Santa Marta
  • Thai: ซันตามาร์ตา
  • Thai: ซานตามาร์ตา
  • Turkish: Santa Marta
  • Ukrainian: Санта-Марта
  • Urdu: سانتا مارتا
  • Uzbek: Santa-marta
  • Vietnamese: Santa Marta
  • Vlaams: Santa Marta
  • Volapük: Santa Marta
  • Waray (Philippines): Santa Marta
  • Western Panjabi: سانتا مارتا
  • Wu Chinese: 圣玛尔塔 (哥伦比亚)

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