Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Carmen, Bogota, Colombia by Pedro Szekely

Beautiful Arabic style architecture, la Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Carmen, or the the Church of John Bosco, in la Candelaria neighbourhood of Bogota.

Stars That Shine Bright Despite all of the country’s qualities perhaps what shines the brightest internationally are its stars. From the charitable Juanes and Shakira and the hilariously sexy Sofía Vergara to the musically talented Fonseca and Carlos Vives -- coffee may no longer be Colombia’s most well known export.

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Cartagena

Well-Lived: Colombia Vacation Home

On terrace atop home's tower, views of walled old city, San Pedro Claver Cathedral and Caribbean Sea. Glasses, placemats and silverware, all from Cachivaches. Bougainvillea in Colombian earthenware.

caño cristales. colombia

a fall river

This is the Caño Cristales. For a brief period each year, this unique Colombian river blooms in a dazzling multi-colored display.

Bogota

In summer I had the opportunity to travel to Bogota, the capital of Colombia! Definitely an amazing place!

Cabo de la Vela-Guajira, Colombia

Top 10 Maravillas Naturales de Colombia

Villa de Leyva, Colombia

This photo from Boyaca, North is titled 'Villa de Leyva at the Blue Hour'.

Wayuu Mochilas are hand-woven by women of the Wayuu tribe, a nomadic people who reside in the Guajira region between Colombia and Venezuela. Each mochila is made by a different woman and it takes her approximately one month to complete.

Wayuu Mochilas are hand-woven by women of the Wayuu tribe, a nomadic people who reside in the Guajira region between Colombia and Venezuela. Each mochila is made by a different woman and it takes her approximately one month to complete.

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