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15 of the World's Most Strange Abandoned Places - El Hotel del Salto in Colombia

Colombia’s Haunted Hotel

I don't have an interest in going to Columbia but, this is beautiful. Deserted Places: The Haunted Hotel del Salto at Tequendama Falls near Bogota, Columbia.

Beautiful street in Villa de Leyva, considered one of the finest colonial villages of Colombia (by MparraG).

Beautiful street in Villa de Leyva, considered one of the finest colonial villages of Colombia de tunja: de bogotá:

El Lago de Tota, Boyacá, Colombia

The Lago de Tota is the biggest lake in Colombia. There are several small islands, a perfect setting for a canoe or kayak ride across the lake. Also, you can try more adventurous watersports like water ski or diving.

Andres Carne de Res, Bogotá, Colombia

Andres Carne de Res, Bogotá, Colombia - I think THE most famous restaurant/tourist attraction in Bogota for foodies!

Interior de la catedral en Barichara, Colombia

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

If you are heading to a Spanish speaking country make sure to learn a few common phrases. This will drastically improve your travel experience as locals will be more likely to open up to you and welcome you.

100+ Common Spanish Phrases Every Traveler Should Know

Colombia - Ráquira, Boyacá, the perfect place to bring your vehicle to explore a new city.

10 impresionantes fotografías de Colombia que te darán incontrolables ganas de viajar

Impressive photos of Colombia! On this photo you can see Ráquira, Boyacá, a place that takes you back in time. The perfect place to travel and to explore a new city.

Las Lajas Sanctuary, Colombia: Built between 1916 and 1949, this wondrous basilica church stands on a canyon in southern Colombia. This gorgeous structure surrounded by a pool of green is both striking and mystical.

Las Lajas Sanctuary, Colombia: Built between 1916 and this wondrous basilica church stands on a canyon in southern Colombia. This gorgeous structure surrounded by a pool of green is both striking and mystical.

"The River of Five Colors".. Caño Cristales River, Meta, Colombia (Photography by Mario Carvajal)

"The River of Five Colors," Caño Cristales River, Meta, Colombia (Photography by Mario Carvajal)

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