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Calle de Las Trampas - Honda, Tolima, Colombia
Colombia

En Honda Tolima encontramos la Calle de las Trampas, en su casco antiguo. Su nombre lo recibe a partir de la forma en zig zag, que se torna caprichosa, debido a la topografía de este lugar. Está totalmente empedrada, a la usanza española. La Calle de las Trampas es uno de los atractivos turísticos de Honda.

Fotografía 360: Mario Carvajal

Copyright: Astrolabio Colombia 360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 10/03/2011
上传: 24/04/2011
更新: 30/06/2014
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Tags: calle de las trampas; calle; ciudad vieja; empedrada; honda; tolima; colombia; colonial; arquitectura
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