Vaupés (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a department of Southeastern Colombia in the jungle covered Amazonic Region. It is located in the southeast part of the country, bordering Brazil to the east, the department of Amazonas to the south, Kacketah to the west, and Guabari, and Guainia to the north; covering a total area of 54,135 km2. Its capital is the town of Mitú. As of 2018, the population was 40,797, making it the least populous department in Colombia. During the colonization by the Spanish and first days of the first republic, the territory of Vaupes was part of the Province of Popayán, during the Greater Colombia. After the independence from Spain between 1821 and 1830 became part of the first version of the Boyacá Department. Between 1831 and 1857 the territory became part of the National Territory of Caquetá to later be part of the Sovereign State of Cauca. In 1886 became part of the then recently created Cauca Department. More information...

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