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Multi-ethnicity Monument Guajira
Colombia

Playas de Riohacha, se enfrenta contra el mar Caribe, zona turística de la ciudad, conocido por su población indígena wayuu, tierra de pescadores y gente amable Localizado en el Municipio de Riohacha, capital del Departamento de La Guajira, Colombia. En el fondo se ven la venta de hermosas artesanías de la etnia indígena wayuu con mochilas de vividos colores.  Se observa e monumento la multietnicidad del Departamento de La Guajira, al frente a la derecha la gobernación de La Guajira y a la izquierda el Colegio de la Sagrada Familia

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