La Piedra de Guatapé, Antioquia, Colombia

'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.

The Tules of Colombia- Indigenous group in danger of extinction. They live Antioquia & Arquia

The Tules of Colombia- Indigenous group in danger of extinction. They live Antioquia & Arquia (Uraba antioqueño )

The Wayuu (colombia), an Amerindian ethnic group of the La Guajira Peninsula in northern Colombia and northwest Venezuela. They were never subjugated by the Spanish.

The Wayuu (colombia), an Amerindian ethnic group of the La Guajira Peninsula in northern Colombia and northwest Venezuela. They were never subjugated by the Spanish. Today they are known for their colourful traditional artworks made out of fabric.

Villa de Leyva, Boyaca, Colombia

It reminds me of the village in Fistful of Dollars!

Niño de Sibundoy Putumayo - Colombia. http://legionlandrover.com/img/2010/7/p2234968.jpg

Niño de Sibundoy Putumayo - Colombia. http://legionlandrover.com/img/2010/7/p2234968.jpg

Planning a trip to Colombia? Here are eight of our favourite places that you simply can't miss!

our eight favourite places in colombia

Want to know the best places to visit in Colombia? After spending a wonderful three months in this amazing South American country, we let you know where to go for our favourites.

Guajira, Colombia

Guajiro (also called Wayuu) Indian woman. She blackened her face with a powder extracted from a root to protect it against sunburn. She smokes her cigarette holding the lighted side inside her mouth.

Guambiana Misak woman from the Cauca (Andes Mountains) region of Colombia. I'm actually descended from these indigenous people.

Guambiana Misak woman from the Cauca (Andes Mountains) region of Colombia. I'm actually descended from these indigenous people.

Colombia, Darien, Kuna Indigenous Tribe, Three-Quarter Portrait Of Kuna Indian Woman From The Arquia Community Wearing Traditional Mola Applique Layered Design Of Mythical Kuna Birds Gold Nose Ring With Black Line Drawn Along Length Of Nose And A Silver Necklace Of Old Colombian And Panamanian Coins. Cuna | Stock Photo #1850-24362

Colombia, Darien, Kuna Indigenous Tribe, Three-Quarter Portrait Of Kuna Indian Woman From The Arquia Community Wearing Traditional Mola Applique Layered Design Of Mythical Kuna Birds Gold Nose Ring With Black Line Drawn Along Length Of Nose And A Silver N

An Arhuaco man from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Magdalena department, #Colombia. Visit our website: http://www.going2colombia.com/

The Arhuaco people are an indigenous people of Colombia. They are Chibchan-speaking people and descendents of the Tairona culture, concentrated in northern Colombia in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

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