| Antonio Narino|
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Del Rosario University
Jose Maria del Castillo Rada, Jose Fernandez Madrid,
Manuel Rodriguez Torices
Manuel Rodriguez Torices, Antonio Villavicencio,
Jose Miguel Pey de Andrade
Our Lady of the Rosary University
October 5, 1816, Bogota, Colombia
Francisco Jeronimo Torres, Maria Teresa Tenorio
Antonio Narino, Policarpa Salavarrieta, Francisco Jose de Caldas, Francisco de Paula Santander, Simon Bolivar
Jose Fernandez Madrid
Camilo Torres Tenorio (November 22, 1766 – October 5, 1816) was a Colombian politician. He is credited as being an early founder of the nation due to his role in early struggles for independence from Spain.
Torres and Antonio Nariño had grave political disagreements that divided the independence movement.
During the Spanish invasion of New Granada, Torres was captured in the city of Buenaventura, being imprisoned by royalist and Spanish troops. He was executed for treason against the Spanish monarchy on October 5, 1816.
Camilo Torres Tenorio Wikipedia