Santuario de las Lajas, Basilica Church, was built in a Gothic Revival style inside the Canyon of the Guaitara River located in Colombia, South America. by joshua royal

Santuario de Las Lajas (Sanctuary of the Stone Slabs), Columbia. Had no idea a place like this existed in South America

Raquira #Colombia  *No better place to buy textiles in central Colombia.  Stop on the drive between Bogota and Villa de Leyva.*

COLOMBIA: Raquira *No better place to buy textiles in central Colombia. Stop on the drive between Bogota and Villa de Leyva.

Caño Cristales (Colombia) | 10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist..

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Caño Cristales (Colombia) The river appears in many hues–including yellow, green, blue, black, and especially red–which are caused by the Macarenia clavigera (Podostemaceae) at the bottom of the river.

Colombia - La Piedra Del Penol en Guatape  675 steps to the top,with beautiful view over the lake - Find out why we love Colombia: http://southamericatourist.com/south-america-destinations/travel-colombia/

I've been on top of this rock! La Piedra Del Peñol, Spanish for "The Rock of Guatapé", also known as El Peñol Stone or simply as La Piedra is a massive rock located in the town and municipality of Guatapé, in Antioquia, Colombia.

25 Basic Spanish Phrases from Colombia for Students #Spanish #Colombia Source: http://www.speakinglatino.com/basic-spanish-phrases-colombia/

The Colombian List of Spanish Slang Expressions Every Student Should Know

Educational infographic & data visualisation Infographic: 25 Colombia Spanish Slang Phrases for Students Infographic Description 25 Basic Spanish Phrases f

San Andres, Colombia

San Andres, Colombia ~ been there and it feels like home (Philippine Subic Beach) to me ~ beautiful clear blue waters and an all year round tropical weather!

Ciudad Perdida, Sierra Nevada, Colombia

(ancient helipads) The pre-Columbian archaeological site of Ciudad Perdida (Spanish for “Lost City”), located in Sierra Nevada, Colombia, thought to be founded about 800 AD. Photo courtesy taken by Raphael Chay

The Cliff, Salto de Tequendama, Cundinamarca, Colombia.

Haunted Hotel Del Salto, Bogota, Colombia -- it's haunted because of all the suicides in the area. It's right next to the Tequendama Falls or El Salto Del Tequendama

Valle de Cocora, Colombia.  Rugged and unspoiled. Where farmers offer cheese and aguapanela when you hike past.  Hummingbirds abound...this is where i finally understood Garcia Marquez and his magical realism.

Valle de Cocora, near Salento Armenia, Colombia. The national tree of Colombia, the Wax Palm, pokes across the landscape and can grow to 60 meters and survive for 120 years.

Termales de Santa Rosa de Cabal, Risaralda, Colombia

Termales de Santa Rosa de Cabal, Risaralda, Colombia (Cali if i'm not mistaken)

Guatape, un colorido pueblo de Colombia presidido por una enorme roca conocida como El Peñol y un embalse que rodea toda la zona.

Guatape, a colorful town of Colombia dominated by a huge rock known as El Peñol and a reservoir that surrounds the area.

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