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Autopista del Café - Coffee HighWay - Quindío Colombia
Colombia

This is the highway that connects Armenia Quindío and Pereira Risaralda in Colombia South America. You can appreciate some of the art thats exposed along the road from the various artist of the Coffe Region. This exposition goes all the way to Manizales and pretends to show the culture on one of the most important traveling roads of América.

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Uploaded: 13/03/2011
Updated: 17/10/2014
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Tags: highway; autopista; cafe; eje cafetero; quindio; colombia; clasificadosarmenia; outdoors; cofferegion; travel; road
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