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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.

colombian coffee

That’s why handpicking coffee beans is essential and part of the highest quality coffee in the world – Colombian coffee.

Stitches in stone, staircase. Piedra de Peñol in Medellín, Colombia. 649 stairs lead to the top of this 200 meter tall granite batholith

The Rock of Guatapé Antioquia, Colombia Where are they going? The rock is a stone monolith 220 metres high. The steps are constructed with cement, directly on the rock, making use of a natural cleavage. 702 steps must be climbed to reach the peak.

Interior de la catedral en Barichara, Colombia

Interior of a cathedral in Barichara, Santander in Colombia. Look at those colorful and delicately designed tiles.

#Medellin #Colombia #Flower Festival.  Would love to be in Medellin during the festival.

Silleteros at the Medellin Flower Festival - Flower Vendors

#Medellin #Colombia #Flower Festival. Would love to be in Medellin during the festival.

Cocuy National Park: Colombia

Pictures of Parque Nacional Natural El Cocuy in the Sierra Nevada of Colombia, South 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

Cartagena, Columbia is an absolutely mystical place. It is the home of Nobel Prize winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez. We were there in July 2010 and looking to go back again.

Mini Travel Guide: Colombia -