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Cerro de Monserrate en Bogota
Colombia

El cerro de Monserrate, en la ciudad de Bogotá, es el punto de referencia de una ciudad que bajo su mirada crece con el dinamismo propio de una metropoli. Con sus más de 3125 metros sobre el nivel del mar ofrece al viajero un fascinante ascenso ya bien sea en teleférico o funicular, al llegar el sentido religioso, arquitectónico, gastronómico y por un lado de mirador de la ciudad de Bogotá y por otro de la fascinante naturaleza que hay en Colombia. (Fotografía: Alejandro Carvajal)

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Resolution: 7800x3900
Uploaded: 09/09/2011
Atualizado: 30/06/2014
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Tags: bogotá; colombia; proexport; monserrate; cerro; iglesia; señor de
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