Zipaquirá is the "Salt Cathedral" outside Bogota, Colombia. You have to walk 1.5km underground to reach this chamber.

Zipaquirá es la " Catedral de Sal " fuera de Bogotá , Colombia . Tienes que caminar kilometros de metro para llegar a esta cámara .

Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, Cundinamarca, Colombia

Gracias creador por la experiencia espiritual en las tierra de Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, Cundinamarca, Colombia. Visited this Cathedral during a trip to Colombia years ago & it was amazing

Cartagena mina de sal | catedral de sal, construida dentro de una mina... (Boyaca)

entrada catedral de sal, construida dentro de una mina...Zipaquira, Cundinamraca

Catedral de la Sal in Zipaquirá, Cundinamarca

Catedral de la Sal in Zipaquirá, Cundinamarca

Zipaquira: Catedral de la sal, la Cruz (The big cross)

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