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El Museo Nacional de Colombia, ubicado en la ciudad de Bogotá, en la zona del Centro Internacional, es un lugar donde la historia, el arte, la arquitectura y la cultura se mezclan para que el visitante se deleite con sus diferentes exposiciones. (Fotografía: Alejandro Carvajal - Astrolabio Imagen Web Ltda. para Colombia.travel)

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