Bogotá is the capital and largest city of Colombia, but not just of Colombia, Bogotá is also one of the biggest cities in Latin America. It ranks among the top 30 largest cities in the world and comes in as the third largest of South America. Bogotá is the main economic and industrial center of Colombia. The Colombian government fosters the import of capital goods and since the 2000s tourism has also played a big role. Improvements in safety and infrastructure have been made and the former poor reputation of Colombia has faded. Bogotá is a cultural center, hosting several important museums. Including the famous Gold Museum, and other great landmarks. Must-dos in Bogota include the botanical garden José Celestino Mutis, La Quinta de Bolivar, the national observatory, the planetarium, Maloka, the Colpatria observation point, the observation point of La Calera, the monument of the American flags, and La Candelaria which is the historical district of the city. Bogotá is also famous for its great landscapes. For example, it owns the largest moorland in the world. Which is located in the Sumapaz Locality and is perfect for hiking or horseback riding tours.