|Municipality and town|
Location of the municipality and town inside Cundinamarca Department of Colombia
|Elevation||2,556 m (8,386 ft)|
|Time zone||Colombia Standard Time (UTC-5)|
Villa San Diego de Ubaté is a town and municipality in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Its name comes from the native name "Ebate" meaning "Bloodied Land". It was at one point populated by Chibcha tribes. It was founded in 1592. It is known as the "Milk Capital of Colombia" and for a Gothic style Cathedral and the San Luis Convent.
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