Parque El Lago, Bogota Colombia
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Parque El Lago, Bogota Colombia

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Este parque, al oriente de bogotá, se ubica  en la calle 63 con avenida 30. Es un espacio perfecto para hacer un picnic y alejarse del ruido de la ciudad. Los visitantes pueden respirar el aire fresco, caminar alrededor del lago y fascinarse con un paisaje lleno de copas de árboles y los eternos colores primaverales.

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A: Pano Parque Del Lago Bogota Colombia

por Astrolabio Colombia 360, 200 metros de distancia

  Este parque, al oriente de bogotá, se ubica  en la calle 63 con avenida 30. Es un espacio perfecto ...

Pano Parque Del Lago Bogota Colombia

B: Parque de los Novios, Bogotá Colombia

por Carlos Sueskun, 260 metros de distancia

Parque de los Novios, Bogotá Colombia

C: Complejo Acuático, Bogotá Colombia

por Carlos Sueskun, 340 metros de distancia

Complejo Acuático, Bogotá Colombia

D: Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

por jeisson cantor, 410 metros de distancia

Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

E: Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

por jeisson cantor, 440 metros de distancia

Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

F: Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

por jeisson cantor, 460 metros de distancia

Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

G: Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

por jeisson cantor, 530 metros de distancia

Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

H: Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

por jeisson cantor, 550 metros de distancia

Palacio de los Deportes Bogotá

J: Quirinal, Torres de San Nicolas, Bogota, Colombia

por MAURICIO RAMIREZ, 900 metros de distancia

BARRIO QUIRINAL, TORRES DE SAN NICOLASBogotá, oficialmente Distrito Capital de Bogotá, abreviado Bogo...

Quirinal, Torres de San Nicolas, Bogota, Colombia

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