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Villa de Leyva
“It’s like it has been plucked from time/It’s like wandering back in time/It’s almost like stepping into a time machine.” I just wanted to get those stock phrases out the way since otherwise I’d be reaching for them consistently throughout this article, since I’m writing not only about the wealth of beautiful, colonial villages that can be found in Colombia, but of my 5 favourites. When images of Colombia spring to mind, it’s rarely these colonial treats that form the predominant...
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  • Clarena GÓMEZ says #
    Right: Villa de Leyva, Santafé de Antioquia, Mompox, Barichara... but even though I live five minutes from Girón I would change t
Attractive plaza in Cartagena
The 8th Summit of the Americas will take place on Colombia's Caribbean Coast, in the picturesque environs of Cartagena. Attractive plaza in Cartagena These summits take place every few years. In the summits the heads of states from countries throughout the Americas meet to discuss pressing issues in the development of  the Americas, such as sustainable development, the economy of Colombia and the other countries and more. This year, over 10,000 people, including ministers, heads of states and more, will be...
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    Very cool clip and fab views of C/gena my beloved city. I would like to point out that you say that C/gena was steeltd by Spanish
The festival's promotional poster
The festival's promotional poster Right now in Bogota is the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Bogotá, the bi-annual theater festival that’s one of the highlights of the Colombian calendar. The festival kicked off in 1988 when Fanny Mikey and Ramiro Osorio took it upon themselves to celebrate the 450th anniversary of Bogotá’s foundation in style. And what style it was. The plan was to show the world the rich culture of Latin countries, but the project must have exceeded all expectations....
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  • Josian says #
    Here are the 4 events I am planning to see: 1984, an adaptation of the famous novel by Georges Orwell by the US troop Actor's Gan
Popayan
Holy Week (or Semana Santa) is a big thing in Colombia. On the one hand you have the firmly Catholic contingent, who enjoy the opportunity to celebrate Easter. On the other? The party loving Colombians that get a week off work, head to the coast and let loose for a solid 5 days. Popayan For the latter group, places like Taganga or Cartagena offer perfect destinations, but for those who’d prefer to enjoy the week in the fashion it’s meant to...
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Houses in Santa Fe
Houses in Santa Fe When you visit Medellin, you might be tempted to think to yourself 'why would I leave this place, even for one day?'. I can understand that sentiment, but equally if city life is getting a bit too hectic for you or you just fancy a change of scenery, nearby to 'The City of Etenernal Spring' are some great places for day trips. The two highlights are undoubtely Guatape and Santa Fe de Antioquia. I visited Santa Fe...
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  • Josian says #
    I recently discovered the "Red de Pueblos Colombianos", there are some incredible gems there like Playa de Belen and of course Mom
  • siham says #
    pues yo soy mexicano y me caen supuuer bien los colombianos, ademe1s gente bruta y analfabetos los hay en todas partes .linda Colo

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