Antioqiua, Colombia.  For tours of the area, check here: http://seecolombia.travel/tours/medellin/

'La Piedra de Guatapé' (The Rock of Guatapé), Antioquia, Colombia .photo from a different angle than most that I've seen, but no photographer is listed.

Beautiful Medellin - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/north-america/

Beautiful Medellin - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/north-america/

Iglesia del Jesus Nazareno. Medellin, Colombia

The City of Medellín has a number of impressive colonial churches, most of them Dating back to the

The Colombian city of Medellín puts Christmas on overdrive with its annual Los Alumbrados festival of lights, a citywide tradition since 1967.

The Most Extravagant Christmas Light Displays

Medellín, Colombia This Colombian city puts Christmas on overdrive with its annual Los Alumbrados festival of lights, a citywide tradition .

Pueblito Paisa   #EasyFly Viaja a #Medellin #DestinoFavorito en www.easyfly.com.co/Vuelos/Tiquetes/vuelos-desde-medellin

Pueblito Paisa #EasyFly Viaja a #Medellin #DestinoFavorito en www.easyfly.com.co/Vuelos/Tiquetes/vuelos-desde-medellin

Si tu #DestinoFavorito es #Medellin visitanos en www.easyfly.com.co/Vuelos/Tiquetes/vuelos-desde-medellin

Medellin,Colombia , just named In March 2013 the most innovative city of the world, very proud of my homeland's achievements

THE CHARLEE  Medellín    Forty-two suites in a stylish modern tower overlooking Parque Lleras, in Medellín’s buzzing Zona Rosa. Edgy and art-centric, with sexy photography by Colombian artists and splashes of bright color on a canvas of leather, wood, glass, and polished concrete. Rooms are white-walled and simply furnished, brightened by fresh-picked flowers and blue crystal chandeliers.

Hot List 2012: Best New Hotels

The Charlee, Medellín, Colombia: Photo of the Day: Condé Nast Traveler's Collection of Stunning Travel Photography : Condé Nast Traveler

The recently installed outdoor escalators at Comuna 13 shantytown, one of the most poor and violent neighborhoods in Medellin, Colombia, as part of an urbanization plan to improve living conditions of residents.  Thanks to the 384-meter-long (28-story-tall) escalator, a steep climb that would take the residents about 35 minutes to scale, can now be surmounted in less than six minutes.

Urban escalators in the Comuna 13 neighborhood of Medellin, Colombia. Medellín has gained much attention for its urban transformation — and the escalators, which won several international prizes for innovation, make up one of the most striking projects.

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