COLOMBIA; my loved country ( in Sudamerica)

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Cartagena, Colombia

Cartagena, Colombia

Street Shopping - Cartegena, Colombia. They literally chase you down the street with whatever you look at!

Street Shopping - Cartegena, Colombia. They literally chase you down the street with whatever you look at!

isla mucura, colombia

isla mucura, colombia

Colombia, Darien, Kuna Indigenous Tribe, Three-Quarter Portrait Of Kuna Indian Woman From The Arquia Community Wearing Traditional Mola Applique Layered Design Of Mythical Kuna Birds Gold Nose Ring With Black Line Drawn Along Length Of Nose And A Silver Necklace Of Old Colombian And Panamanian Coins. Cuna | Stock Photo #1850-24362

Colombia, Darien, Kuna Indigenous Tribe, Three-Quarter Portrait Of Kuna Indian Woman From The Arquia Community Wearing Traditional Mola Applique Layered Design Of Mythical Kuna Birds Gold Nose Ring With Black Line Drawn Along Length Of Nose And A Silver Necklace Of Old Colombian And Panamanian Coins. Cuna | Stock Photo #1850-24362

Casa de Botero, Bogotá, Colombia

Casa de Botero, Bogotá, Colombia

Colombia - Bahía Hondita, La Guajira.

Colombia - Bahía Hondita, La Guajira.

Colombia | Figurine Pendant, Quimbaya or Yotoco style | Cast gold | 5th-10th Century

Colombia | Figurine Pendant, Quimbaya or Yotoco style | Cast gold | 5th-10th Century

Santa Barbara Church in Mompox, Colombia. Mompox or Mompos, officially Santa Cruz de Mompox, is a town and municipality in northern Colombia, in the Bolivar Department, which has preserved its colonial character. Located on an island in the Magdalena River where it joins the Cauca River, 249 kilometers from Cartagena.   Proceeds from the sale of this photograph goes to help orphaned and abandoned children in Colombia South America.

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara Church in Mompox, Colombia. Mompox or Mompos, officially Santa Cruz de Mompox, is a town and municipality in northern Colombia, in the Bolivar Department, which has preserved its colonial character. Located on an island in the Magdalena River where it joins the Cauca River, 249 kilometers from Cartagena. Proceeds from the sale of this photograph goes to help orphaned and abandoned children in Colombia South America.

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