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Fusagasug is a municipality located in the

department of Cundinamarca, capital of the


province of Sumapaz, is known as the
"Garden City of Colombia" and also called
"Tierra Grata".
The city is located on a plateau framed by
Cuja and Chocho rivers, and Fusacatn and
Quinin hills that form the Valley of the
Sutagaos.
The Sutagaos were the aboriginals of the area where today
stands Fusagasug, people in the region said they belonged to
the Chibcha linguistic family and were located in the border
Muisca, serving as a meeting to engage in political and trade
relations between the panches tribes, pijaos and Muisca, but was
founded as a Native village on 5 February 1592 under the name
of "Our Lady of High Grace" and Established as Town for Whites
on 7 May 1776 under its current name.

STATUE INDIAN SUTAGAO

On the highway when traveling from the capital can see


the greenhouses, plants and flower shops that make
reference to the name "Garden City of Colombia", there
are also handmade rustic furniture stores and local
restaurants where one of the special dishes is conejo al
gratin
SQUARE OF FLOWERS

Because of its warm climate and its proximity to Bogot,


Fusagasug attracts many tourists as it has many hotels,
resorts, parks, pools and cabanas, especially in the
village of "the Gate", better known as Chinauta where
people can
relax and
RAPELLING
let
the
stress of the city, people can practice
adventure sports like rappelling, nature
walks to the hill Quinin, horseback riding
and bike rides since this is the land of the
cyclist that gave the country so many
triumphs, Lucho Herrera.
STATUE OF LUCHO
HERERRA