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Salento, Quindío (Colombia) - Calle de los Artesanos
Colombia

Un balcón típico al estilo cafetero, en la Calle de los Artesanos de Salento, Quindío, Colombia. Este es uno de los pueblos más hermosos de la Zona Cafetera, paso obligado para los viajeros. 

En esta calle es posible conseguir unas hermosas artesanías a muy buenos precios. O tomarse un café en alguno de estos balcones, mientras se mira llover (llueve bastante en Salento), antes de partir al Valle del Cocora y ver la Palma de Cera (árbol nacional de Colombia).

Fotografía 360: Mario Carvajal

Copyright: Astrolabio colombia
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Uploaded: 21/03/2013
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: salento; quindio; colombia; calle de los artesanos; artesanía; arquitectura; tipico
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