When the people of South America rebelled against Spanish rule in the early nineteenth century, one of the early republics was Gran Colombia, which included much of northern South America and a small portion of southern Central America from 1819 to 1831. It later split up into the countries we know today as Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.
Gran Colombia, formal name Republic of Colombia, short-lived republic (1819–30), formerly the Viceroyalty of New Granada, including roughly the modern nations of Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, and Ecuador. In the context of their war for independence from Spain, revolutionary forces in northern South America, led by Simón Bolívar, in 1819 laid the basis for a regular government at a congress in Angostura...
Mapa de la Gran Colombia 1811-1830, nótese que el mapa de Venezuela corresponde con en territorio de tierra firme de 1528 que en 1777 fue constituido en Capitanía General de Venezuela, se establece como frontera oriental los 1000 km del Rio Esequibo
Any Colour You Like: Teoría de los Colores de Goethe, su influencia en la Gran Colombia y Pink Floyd