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Cerro de Monserrate en Bogota Restaurante San Isidro

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En el Cerro de Monserrate, uno de los destinos turísticos más importantes de Bogotá, se encuentra el Restaurante San Isidro. Una casona que evoca las construcciones del siglo XIX y donde la gastronomía con base en un menú francés acompañada de una vista sobre la ciudad de Bogotá hacen toda una experiencia. (Fotografía: Alejandro Carvajal - Astrolabio Imagen Web Ltda para Proexport Colombia)

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This panorama was taken in Colombia, South America

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