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Cúcuta is a capital of the department Norte de Santander, in the north east of the country. It is classified as a Special Frontier District, owing to its position on the border with Venezuela. Geographically, it is in the Eastern Andean Mountain range and has an average temperature of 28°C.
Cúcuta is a commercial and industrial city thanks to its location on the border with Venezuela. This means it has a strong commercial relationship with San Cristóbal in Venezuela. The Cúcuta Free Trade Zone is the most active in the whole country due to the fact that the neighboring country is Colombia's second most important commercial partner.
Cúcuta is a commercial and industrial city located near the Venezuelan border.
The golf course in this city is known for its complicated and unforgiving conditions, referred to as “the difficult course”, it requires very precise playing. It is surrounded by a great variety of fruit trees and oak trees that feed and are home to many different animals in the region.
The golfer enjoys beautiful natural surroundings in this course and the heat tests the player's resilience to the climate.