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Soacha is considered a borough of Bogotá, but officially it is an autonomous municipality of the department of Cundinamarca. It has an important industrial zone and is home to mostly working-class families. Soacha borders Bojacá and Mosquera to the north, Sibaté and Pasca to the south, to the east the capital Bogotá and to the west Granada and San Antonio del Tequendama.DemographicsWith a population of 522,442 inhabitants, Soacha is Bogota's most populous suburb.EtymologyThe name Soacha is derived from the Chibcha words Súa, name of Sun god Sué, and chá which means "man"; "Man of the Sun". The original name Suecha has been changed to Soacha over time.HistorySoacha was inhabited first by indigenous groups during the Herrera Period and later became an important village in the Muisca Confederation, the former country of the Muisca before the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors. The zipa of Bacatá (now known as Bogotá) ruled over Soacha.
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Popular things to do in Soacha

Religious Site
Catedral de Soacha
Duration: 2h 30 min

Side trips from Soacha

Wildlife Area
Parque Natural Chicaque Chicaque
Duration: 4 hours
Piedras del Tunjo Archaeological Park Facatativa
Duration: 2h 30 min
Santuario de Nuestra Senora de la Salud Bojaca
Duration: 1h 30 min
Religious Site
Basilica of Our Lord of Miracles of Buga Buga
Duration: 2h 30 min

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