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Francisco de Paula Santander University university

The Francisco de Paula Santander University is a public, departmental, coeducational, research university based primarily in the city of Cúcuta, Norte de Santander department, Colombia, with regional campuses in Ocaña, Colombia, Chinacota and Tibú.

Tibú Municipality and town in Norte de Santander Department, Colombia

Tibú is a municipality of Colombia located in the department of Norte de Santander, in the northeast of the country, on the border with Venezuela and on the banks of the Tibú River. It is the 160th most populated cities of Colombia is number, and is the 6th in the department after Cúcuta, Ocaña, Villa del Rosario, Los Patios and Pamplona. It has an airport, and is connected by national road with Cúcuta, Ocaña and El Tarra.

Christianity in Colombia

The National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE) does not collect religious statistics, and accurate reports are difficult to obtain. However, based on various studies and a survey, about 90% of the population adheres to Christianity, the majority of which (70.9%) are Roman Catholic, while a significant minority (16.7%) adhere to Protestantism.

La Gabarra Massacre was a massacre that occurred on June 16, 1996 near the Colombian village of La Gabarra, Municipality of Tibú, Norte de Santander near the border with Venezuela. It was perpetrated by members of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia against alleged members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. Some 35-43 people were massacred.

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Norte de Santander Department Department of Colombia

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The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Nueva Pamplona is an archdiocese located in the city of Nueva Pamplona in Colombia.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Tibú diocese of the Catholic Church

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Tibú is located in the city of Tibú in the ecclesiastical province of Nueva Pamplona in Colombia.

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Tibú Airport airport in Colombia

Tibú Airport is an airport serving Tibú, a town and municipality in the Norte de Santander Department of Colombia. The runway is on the southern edge of the town. Both town and airport are on the east bank of the Caño Campo Cinco River, 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) west of the border with Venezuela.

Caño Tomás Fault

The Caño Tomás Fault is a thrust fault in the department of Norte de Santander in northern Colombia. The fault has a total length of 81.6 kilometres (50.7 mi) and runs along an average north-northeast to south-southwest strike of 011.4 ± 8 in the Eastern Ranges of the Colombian Andes.