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Colombia

MEDELLIN

153Medellín is known as the industrial capital of Colombia. The metropolitan area of Medellin lies within the Aburrá Valley at an altitude of 1,538 meters and is bisected by the Medellín River which flows northward. North of the valley are the towns of Bello, Copacabana, Girardota and Barbosa.

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CALI

151Cali, Colombia's third-largest city, is noted more for its laid-back atmosphere and its Salsa scene than its tourist attractions. Cali is the capital of the department of Valle del Cauca , one of the most prosperous regions of the country and the home of the large sugar mills and numerous industries.

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CARTAGENA

152Cartagena de Indias is the perfect travel destination, no matter if you are planning your vacation, a business trip, wedding party or if you are a backpacker traveling on a limited budget. Tourists who come to enjoy the history, the sights, the weather and nightlife.

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SAN ANDRES

154The archipelago of San Andrés and Providence is located 480 miles North-West of the Colombian mainland in the Caribbean Sea, in close ecological and archaeological contact with the northern part of Colombia, Central America and other islands in the Caribbean. Three inhabited islands and various cays and islets surrounded by reefs populated by Mother Nature.

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BOGOTA

150Bogota is the country’s capital, located at an elevation of about 2,650 m. / 8,660 ft. on a mountain rimmed plateau high in the Cordillera Oriental of the Andes Mountains. The city of Bogotá has a great variety of tourist places, with a combination of colonial buildings and skyscrapers.

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SANTA MARTA

155Santa Marta, on Colombia's Caribbean coast, boasts a fine natural harbor and splendid views, but that's only part of the reason the Spaniards chose it for their first settlement. Their choice was influenced by gold. The local Tairona indigenous communities were known for their goldsmithing work.

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