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The Port, Narino Colombia
Colombia

This colorful town of houses with balconies full of flowers and beautiful landscapes is 30 kilometers away from Pasto city, in southern Colombia. It is located close to La Cocha Natural National Park and it is very famous due to it's river basin access to another National Natural Park called “Isla la Corota” (La Corota Island).

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Uploaded: 22/02/2010
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Tags: puerto narino laguna cocha lake pasto colombia tourism carota; isla island
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