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Pedro Gómez Valderrama

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Preceded by  Ramiro Andrade Teran
Role  Lawyer
President  Carlos Lleras Restrepo
Preceded by  Office created
Books  Jorge Isaacs
Name  Pedro Valderrama

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President  Belisario Betancur Cuartas
Succeeded by  William Jaramillo Gomez
President  Guillermo Leon Valencia Munoz
Died  May 7, 1992, Bogota, Colombia
Education  National University of Colombia

Political party  Colombian Liberal Party

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Pedro Gómez Valderrama (13 February 1923 – 7 May 1992) was a Colombian lawyer, writer, and career diplomat who served as the 1st Ambassador of Colombia to the Soviet Union and as Ambassador of Colombia to Spain.

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Personal life

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Born on 13 February 1932 in Bucaramanga, Santander, he was the eldest child of Pedro Alejandro Gómez Naranjo and Lucía Valderrama, his younger siblings were: Hernando, José Luis, Carmen Lucía, and Mariá Cecilia. He took after his father, who was a lawyer, politician, writer, and former Governor of Santander. He married Beatriz Vila Londoño with whom he had three children: Pedro Alejandro, Carlos Alberto, and Marcela.

Selected works


  • Norma para lo efímero [Normes for the Ephemeral] (Poems) (in Spanish). Bucaramanga: Imprenta Departamental. 1943. OCLC 13682017. 
  • Muestras del diablo [Devil Signs] (essays) (in Spanish). Bogotá. ISBN 958-9232-26-4. 
  • Los ojos del burgués: un año en la Unión Soviética [The Eyes of the Bourgeoisie: A Year in the Soviet Union] (non-fiction). Aventura del mundo (in Spanish). Bogotá: Argra. 1971. OCLC 7105629. 
  • La otra raya del tigre [The Tiger's Other Stripe] (historical novel). La Creación literaria (in Spanish). Bogotá: Siglo Veintiuno Editores. 1977. ISBN 978-958-04-2603-5. OCLC 3391818. 
  • Los infiernos del Jerarca Brown y otros textos [Hierarch Brown's Hells and Other Stories]. Colección Literaria (in Spanish). Bogotá: Fundación Simón y Lola Guberek. 1984. OCLC 13039670. 

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    References

    Pedro Gómez Valderrama Wikipedia


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