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Casanare Department

Department of Casanare
Departamento de Casanare
Flag of Department of Casanare
Coat of arms of Department of Casanare
Coat of arms
Motto: Trabajo y Libertad
(Spanish: Work and Liberty)
Anthem: Himno de Casanare
Casanare shown in red
Casanare shown in red
Country  Colombia
Region Orinoquía Region
Established July 4, 1991
Capital Yopal
 • Governor Raúl Flórez (2008-)
 • Total 44,640 km2 (17,240 sq mi)
Area rank 10th
Population (2013)[1]
 • Total 344,027
 • Rank 25th
 • Density 7.7/km2 (20/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-05
ISO 3166 code CO-CAS
Municipalities 19

Casanare (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a department of Colombia. It is in the central eastern region of the country. Its capital is Yopal. It contains oil fields and an 800 km pipeline leading to the coastal port of Coveñas owned by BP.


  • Rivers and Dams 1
  • Municipalities 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Rivers and Dams

The Upia River (Río Upía) is in Casanere.[2]


  1. Aguazul
  2. Chameza
  3. Hato Corozal
  4. La Salina
  5. Maní
  6. Monterrey
  7. Nunchía
  8. Orocue
  9. Paz de Ariporo
  10. Pore
  11. Recetor
  12. Sabanalarga
  13. Sacama
  14. San Luis de Palenque
  15. Tamara
  16. Tauramena
  17. Trinidad
  18. Villanueva
  19. Yopal


  1. ^ "DANE". Retrieved February 13, 2013. 
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External links

  • (Spanish) Government of Casanare official website
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