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The Yipao parade in Colombia is one of the biggest and most folkloric fiestas in the country! You won't believe how much can fit on a small jeep.   100% CULTURA

The Yipao parade in Colombia is one of the biggest and most folkloric fiestas in the country! You won't believe how much can fit on a small jeep. 100% CULTURA

Cabo San Juan, Colombia. I cannot wait to go here next summer. <3 gosh, i love this country. beautiful people, beautiful cities, beautiful culture.

Cabo San Juan, Colombia. I cannot wait to go here next summer. <3 gosh, i love this country. beautiful people, beautiful cities, beautiful culture.

Cartagena de Indias Colombia Colorful narrow street with flowers and quaint balconies. Hello!

The Best Restaurants In Cartagena, Colombia

Cartagena de Indias Colombia Colorful narrow street with flowers and quaint balconies. Hello!

Santa Marta, Colombia. Garden roses, Scented Roses and of course David Austin Roses, available at: www.parfumflowercompany.nl

Santa Marta, Colombia. Garden roses, Scented Roses and of course David Austin Roses, available at: www.parfumflowercompany.nl

Si tu #DestinoFavorito es #Cartagena visitanos en www.easyfly.com.co/Vuelos/Tiquetes/vuelos-desde-cartagena

Si tu #DestinoFavorito es #Cartagena visitanos en www.easyfly.com.co/Vuelos/Tiquetes/vuelos-desde-cartagena

Santa Marta, Colombia -- La Ciudad Perdida (The Lost City). Hidden (literally) in the crevices of northern Colombia’s Santa Marta Sierra Nevada mountain range, La Ciudad Perdida was built by the Tayrona people around 800 AD. Although built approximately 600 years before Machu Picchu, it was “discovered” by looters on the hunt for treasure in 1975 (60 years after Machu Picchu’s “discovery”).

Santa Marta, Colombia -- La Ciudad Perdida (The Lost City). Hidden (literally) in the crevices of northern Colombia’s Santa Marta Sierra Nevada mountain range, La Ciudad Perdida was built by the Tayrona people around 800 AD. Although built approximately 600 years before Machu Picchu, it was “discovered” by looters on the hunt for treasure in 1975 (60 years after Machu Picchu’s “discovery”).

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