Colombia magical country


Mind Map on Colombia magical country, created by gamenator link on 02/06/2017.
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Colombia magical country
  1. Cartagena de Idias
    1. The walled city, San felipe castle
      1. The sea breeze and the sunsets that transform the colors of the facades of houses of more than 400 years enchant the visitors in Cartagena de Indias. This city, Historical Heritage of Humanity, with colonial treasures was founded in 1533 by Pedro de Heredia, preserves the colonial architecture of its constructions and the most complete set of fortifications in South America.
        1. Framed by a beautiful bay, Cartagena de Indias is one of the most beautiful and preserved cities in America.
          1. What to do in Cartagena de Indias
            1. The historic center that enclose the walls of Cartagena is the soul of this city, which served as inspiration to Gabriel García Márquez, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982. Here, in addition to palpating the history of centuries in cobbled streets, it can be explored The Castillo de San Felipe, with a tour of ancient churches and, nearby, to swim and float on a volcano of mud.
              1. UNIQUE EXPERIENCES
                1. The fancy and historical legacy of Cartagena invite tourists to explore a generous and radiant city, where there is a space to interact with nature and learn about the culture, customs, memories and testimonies of a people that carries the flavor of Caribbean in their stories.
    2. Tayrona National Park
      1. s a protected area in the Colombian northern Caribbean region and within the jurisdiction of the Department of Magdalena and 34 kilometres (21 mi) from the city of Santa Marta. The park presents a biodiversity endemic to the area of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range presenting a variety of climates (mountain climate) and geography that ranges from arid sea level to 900 meters above sea level. The park covers approximately 30 square kilometres (12 sq mi) of maritime area in the Caribbean sea and approximately 150 square kilometres (58 sq mi) of land.
        1. Scholars have done an extensive classification of animal species living in the park, which include about 108 species of mammals and 300 species of birds. The Mantled howler, the oncilla, deer and more than 70 species of bats are among the park's typical residents.
      2. La Guajira
        1. is a department of Colombia. It occupies most of the Guajira Peninsula in the northeast region of the country, on the Caribbean Sea and bordering Venezuela, at the northernmost tip of South America. The capital city of the department is Riohacha.
          1. Music in the Department of La Guajira has been associated with the indigenous peoples, as well as being influenced by the cultures of Afro-Colombians and Europeans. Such is the case of vallenato music, which allegedly originated in the region between Riohacha and Valledupar, with some considering larger area reaching from Riohacha to the central region of the Department of Cesar
        2. Bogotà
          1. Bogotá is the capital and largest city in Colombia. A melting pot of people from around the country, it is diverse and multicultural, with a blend of modern and colonial architecture. The predominant colors in Bogotá are the green of the city’s many parks and the eastern mountains overlooking the sanctuaries of Monserrate and Guadalupe, and the rich red of its many brick buildings.
            1. What to do in Bogotá
              1. The landscape of Bogotá, marked by the green of the Andes to the east, is spectacularly one-of-a-kind. Apart from the many outdoor spaces in Bogotá, travelers find it an ideal place to do business, or explore history, food, culture and many other local customs.
                1. UNIQUE EXPERIENCES
                  1. UNIQUE EXPERIENCES In Bogotá, the seat of Colombia’s government, visitors can visit the Gold Museum, which houses an important collection of pre-Hispanic objects. Visitors to the capital also experience the city’s juxtaposition of history and modernity and the local and the cosmopolitan; it is a great destination for high-end shopping as well as shopping for fresh fruit in Paloquemao Square.
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