The coffee zone is a region of Colombia , including its extension by the departments of Caldas, Risaralda, Quindío, north-eastern department of Valle del Cauca and the entire southwest region of Antioquia. Today, the Coffee Zone is not only recognized grain exporter in the world, but one of the most famous tourist places in Latin America. Large farms, hotels and cultural parks are visited daily by thousands of visitors from around the world.
As an inspiration for their designs, the Kuna first used common geometrical patterns many found in nature. In the past 50 years, they also started to depict realistic and abstract designs of flowers, sea animals and birds.
Increasing Volcanic Unrest Observed at Nevado del Ruiz in Colombia