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Multi-ethnicity Monument Guajira
Colombia

Beaches of Riohacha, faces against the Caribbean Sea tourist area of the city, known for its indigenous Wayuu, land of fishermen and friendly people located in the municipality of Riohacha, capital of the Department of La Guajira, Colombia. In the background are selling beautiful handicrafts of indigenous Wayuu ethnic vivid colors with backpacks. It observes and multiethnicity monument of La Guajira Department, right in front of La Guajira governor and left the College of the Holy Family

Copyright: Mauricio Ramirez
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Caricate: 25/01/2013
Aggiornato: 09/10/2014
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Tags: étnicos artesanías indígenas wayuu mochilas colores vivos playa barco viento turismo caribe playas colombia mar naturaleza riohacha guajira colombia
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