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Piedras De Tunjo
Colombia

What was once a Pre-Colombian Village is now a park. Northwest of Bogota, the little town of Facatavita and a smaller area called Tunjo has fantastic rock formations, this one was painted with Colombian heroic portraits

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Tags: south america; colombia; bogotá; facatavita; tunjo; piedrs de tunjo; rocks of tunjo
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