For other uses, see Huila (disambiguation).
|Department of Huila
Departamento del Huila
|Governor||Carlos Julio Gonzalez Villa (2016-2019)|
|Total||19,890 km (7,680 sq mi)|
|Density||55/km (140/sq mi)|
|ISO 3166 code||CO-HUI|
high · 21st
It is located in the southwest of the country, and its capital is Neiva.
The south of the department is located in the Colombian Massif.
The Cordillera Oriental is born in this place.
Colombia's third highest peak, the Nevado del Huila volcano, is located in the department of Huila.
The Magdalena River (also called Yuma River) is Colombia's largest river, begins in the department of Huila.
Some of Huila's most important towns are located in the Magdalena River Valley.
Betania is a dam located on the Magdalena river.
A larger dam, El Quimbo, is planned for the same river.
- La Argentina
- La Plata
- Neiva (Capital City)
- San Agustín
- Santa María
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