Colombian independence

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  • independence of the new grenade

     independence of the new grenade
    The war of independence of Colombia or the war of independence of New Granada was the historical process of emancipation that occurred in the current territory of Colombia. The conflict broke out in 1810 with the so-called Cry of Independence
  • Declaration of independence of the new grenade

    Declaration of independence of the new grenade
    The war of independence of Colombia or the war of independence of New Granada was the historical process of emancipation that occurred in the current territory of Colombia. The conflict broke out in 1810 with the so-called Cry of Independence The Colombian war of independence or the war of independence of New Granada was the historical process of emancipation that occurred in the current territory of Colombia. The conflict broke out in 1810 with the so-called Cry of Independence
  • Spanish reconquest

    Spanish reconquest
    The period of the history of the Iberian peninsula of approximately 780 years between the Umayyad conquest of Hispania in 711 and the fall of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada before the expanding Christian kingdoms in 1492 is called Reconquest. The complete conquest of Granada marks the end of the period
  • Spanish reconquest

    Spanish reconquest
    The period of the history of the Iberian peninsula of approximately 780 years between the Umayyad conquest of Hispania in 711 and the fall of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada before the expanding Christian kingdoms in 1492 is called Reconquest. The complete conquest of Granada marks the end of the period
  • formation of the great colombia

    formation of the great colombia
    was a country in South America created in 1819 by the congress gathered in the city of Angostura through the Fundamental Law of the Republic, and later ratified by its counterpart meeting in Cúcuta in 1821, by the union of Venezuela and the New Granada in a single nation under the name of Republic of Colombia, to which Panama (1821), Quito and Guayaquil (1822) later joined. The term Gran Colombia is used by historiography to distinguish it from the current Republic of Colombia.
  • Bolivar's dictatorship

    Bolivar's dictatorship
    The beginning of the independence of the Spanish viceroyalties overseas caused a great distortion for Spain, a fact that took a long time to assimilate. In this lesson from a PROFESSOR we bring you a summary of the dictatorship of Simón Bolívar because the famous liberator, as it is known, at the end of his time ended up ruling in a despotic way the newly independent territories.
  • creation of the constitution

    creation of the constitution
    Republic of New Granada was the name given to the unitary republic created by the central provinces of Gran Colombia after its dissolution in 1830. It kept that name from 1831 to 1858, when it was renamed the Granada Confederation. Its territory encompassed the current countries of Colombia, Panama and at its peak, it came to dispute with the Federal Republic of Central America and Great Britain, sovereignty over the Mosquito Coast, today in Nicaragua.
  • the liberal party was founded

    the liberal party was founded
    The Colombian Liberal Party is the oldest and one of the traditional political parties in Colombia, founded on July 16, 1848 by José Ezequiel Rojas. Initially with a classical liberal tendency and later a social democrat, it was transformed over the years into an institutional power party, having reached an agreement with the conservative party to govern jointly for 16 years in a political agreement called the National Front.
  • creation of the conservative party

    creation of the conservative party
    The Colombian Conservative Party is a traditional Colombian political party. The party was formally instituted on October 4, 1849 by Mariano Ospina Rodríguez and José Eusebio Caro. Initially it was founded with the aim of protecting social and religious traditions, supporting the gradual elimination of slavery (until total emancipation after the civil war of 1851)
  • Evolution of slavery

    Evolution of slavery
    With the abolition of slavery on January 1, 1852, the long process of republican manumission that had begun 40 years ago with the issuance of the Cartagena Constitution of 1812 culminated. There, legislation was first enacted in Colombia on the freedom of people in slavery, freedom that never materialized due to the failure of Cartagena's political project, product of the Spanish Reconquest in 1815 commanded by Pablo Morillo.
  • Republic of Colombia

    Republic of Colombia
    Colombia, officially the Republic of Colombia since August 5, 1886, is a sovereign country located in the northwestern region of South America, which constitutes a unitary, social and democratic state of law whose form of government is presidential. It is a republic organized politically in 32 decentralized departments and the Capital District of Bogotá, seat of the National Government.
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    creation of the constitution

    The War of the Supreme, or War of the Convents, is the first internal conflict that occurred in independent Colombia. The war lasted three years (1839-1842) and was started for religious reasons, since during the government of José Ignacio de Márquez a law was passed that ordered the suppression of convents that housed less than eight religious to convert them into public schools.