Photos of Colombia.... Part 9 (Cundinamarca, Boyacá and Santander)
These are pictures from our trip to Boyaca and Santander in November 2000 and in August 2009
|The Lake of Sisga - Dpto. Cundinamarca|
Surfing by the Lamas...
|Raquirá - Dpto. Boyacá|
Pottery and handicraft in Raquirá
|The Lake of Tota - Dpto. Boyacá|
A white sandy beach at an altidude of more than 3000m! - La Playa Blanca del Lago de Tota.
|Villa de Leyva - Dpto. Boyacá|
The pittoresque colonial town of Villa de Leyva and its Saturday Market.
|Puente de Boyacá|
|The bridge of Boyacá - a very important landmark for Colombian history.|
|In this place Simón Bolívar led Colombia to independence in 1819.|
|The little hell- symbols of fertility near Villa de Leyva|
|A row of houses by the riverside in Moniquirá, a little village in the north of Boyacá.|
|Production of charcoal near Samacá, Boyacá|
|Socorro - a mountain village, where independency had been declared in 1810 already.|
|Barichara - Dpto. Santander|
|Barichara - a picturesque colonial town on the rim of the Río Suárez canyon...|
|The cathedral of Barichara. (18th century)|
|The valley of the Río Suárez.|
|The cemetary and a young inhabitant of the village Guane.|
|San Gil - Dpto. Santander|
|Like big bushy beards tillandsias hang down from the trees in the park "El Gallineral" in the city of San Gil.|
|Girón - Dpto. Santander|
|Click on a town to see the Photo Page of that region!
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