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La Calera viewpoint bogota colombia
Colombia

This viewpoint located in the environs of Bogotá attracts thousands of visitors because of its panoramic view of the Colombian capital city. People in the city enjoy the pure air and beautiful landscapes during the weekends in La Calera and also, at nights, gets full of tourists that want to watch the city from the mountain and have a glass of wine or a canelazo (hot sugar cane drink with alcohol) in one of the coffee shops nearby.

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Caricate: 16/12/2009
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