The residents of Buga enjoy a typical humid climate for most of the time in a year. After, its establishment in the year 1650, Buga gradually developed into a flourishing agricultural center. Coffee and cotton are extensively grown in this Colombian city, which is located in the Pan-American Highway. The region that surrounds Buga is famous for raising sugarcane, tobacco, rice and cattle.
Palmira, Manizales, Cali, Armenia and Neiva are other Colombian cities that lie close to Buga. The national language of Buga is Spanish and the currency is regarded as Colombian peso or (COP). It has been conjectured that the population of Buga has reached the 120000 mark.
People from all over the world assemble here to witness the magnificent pieces of art resting inside this huge mansion regarded as Basilica del Senor de los Milagros. The exquisite replica of Jesus Christ, addressed by the name of El Senor de los Milagros is undoubtedly the most sought after and famed possession of this giant mansion at Buga of Colombia.
Buga at Colombia is a part of the department known as Valle de Cauca, which falls on the western side of the Latin-American country of Colombia. This particular department of the Latin American country of Colombia also serves as the capital of Santiago de Cali.