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Santa Marta, entre la sierra y el mar - 2
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Santa Marta, between the mountains and the sea


The City of Santa Marta waves lick the snowy slopes of the world's highest sea.

The oldest city in South America is full of magic hard to describe, its unique architectural heritage, beautiful scenery and a rich cultural heritage, make this an ideal natural paradise to enjoy, learn and remember.

Here you can have it all, the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, with a network of unique ecosystems on the planet, and enigmatic archaeological remains of the Tayrona culture.

The beaches of Tayrona National Park, framed by lush and unspoiled nature, recognized among the finest in the world.

Areas populated by flocks of parrots, infinite variety of birds and herds of howler monkeys that inform his hustle to the other inhabitants of the jungle brings hikers.

And a historical legacy, represented in the architecture and in the streets of the historic center, a tour for visiting the Cathedral, the museums and the Malecon de Bastidas, besides knowing where you can enjoy a romantic sunset.

http://www.colombia.travel/es/turista-internacional/destino/santa-marta

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Copyright: Mauricio Ramirez
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 08/10/2012
Uploaded: 07/11/2012
Updated: 09/10/2014
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Tags: city; santa marta; waves; sierra nevada; caribbean; colombia; magdalena; tourism; ecology; environment; airport
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