Circasia Quindio - Typical Willys Jeeps
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Circasia Quindio - Typical Willys Jeeps

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This is image was taken in Circasia Quindio Colombia. Its the place where the cattle is sold every weekend. It is also a place where all the farm people go and sell vegetables and meat. The Fire Department is located there. The jeeps are the famous Willys that take people into the mountain to work their farming.

  • Fidel1959 over 1 year ago
    How wonderful! Our Latin American friends know a good car. The Jeep helped to free Europe from fashism. It is part of the history of humankind.
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