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Museo Nacional de Colombia
Colombia

El Museo Nacional de Colombia, ubicado en la ciudad de Bogotá, en la zona del Centro Internacional, es un lugar donde la historia, el arte, la arquitectura y la cultura se mezclan para que el visitante se deleite con sus diferentes exposiciones. (Fotografía: Alejandro Carvajal - Astrolabio Imagen Web Ltda. para Colombia.travel)

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送信日: 20/09/2011
更新日: 30/06/2014
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