A woman sells fruit in Cartagena's old quarter

Classic Colombia: Viva Cartagena, the 'Heroic City' of history and culture

A woman sells fruit in Cartagena's old quarter. I visited Cartegena, Columbia during a Crystal Cruise through the Panama Canal. Will be going on the Panama Canal cruise this November.

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A place where the time seems to have stopped, Barichara, Colombia }america-destinations/travel-colombia/

Rock of Guatape, Colombia. Peñónde Guatapé was formed 70 million years ago. Two-thirds of it is below ground. The exposed vertical face is over 200 meters high. Visitors can scale the rock via a staircase built into the side, a climb that includes 649 steps. On the flat top there are food vendors and two gift shops.

Rock of Guatape, Colombia. Visitors can scale the rock via a staircase built into the side, a climb that includes 649 steps.

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Traditional transport in Armenia, Colombia ¨Jipao¨ TV, clock, picture of Jesus, and a flower on top!

El Piedra de Penol, Medellin, Colombia ... at 200 metres, the third largest monolithic rock in the world - definitely Not climbing up there

El Piedra de Penol, Medellin, Colombia - 200 metres - third largest monolithic rock in the world

ESTE SITIO LLAMADO LA NARIZ DEL DIABLO EN LA VIA DE BOGOTA A GIRARDOT, EN COLOMBIA.

Driving under this means you're almost there.

Anyone who constantly has to risk their life by driving under the Devil’s Nose.

Choco, Colombia

Every year, hundreds of humpback whales migrate to the pacific shore of Colombia to give birth to their babies. This spectacle can be observed best on a boat ride.

Ciudad Perdida (Colombia)

Ciudad Perdida (Lost City) founded about 800 AD, is the archaeological site of an ancient city in Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, Colombia. Is also known as and the native american call it Teyuna

Colombia - Parque Arqueológico Nacional, San Agustín, Huila.

Colombia - Parque Arqueológico Nacional, San Agustín, Huila.

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