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Popayan

Popayán (pronounced: Po - pa - 'yan) is a colonial-era city in southwestern Colombia. It is the capital of the Cauca department.

71km

2.45-76.6167

Isla Gorgona

This former prison island in the Pacific Ocean is now a nature reserve open for visitors. There is abundant wildlife like monkeys, snakes, whales and sea turtles. It offers excellent diving conditions.

242km

2.96667-78.18333

Bogotá

capital city of Colombia and Cundinamarca department

391km

4.65189-74.07855
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El morro del tulcán

El Morro del Tulcán is an Indigenous pyramid in Popayán, Colombia. The pyramid dates to at least 1535, as the Spanish Empire found it abandoned when they arrived in that year. Research suggests that the individuals buried there came from the very top of the social classes of their society.

69km

2.44444444-76.6

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San Agustin

Colombia
San Agustín is a small town in the department of Huila in Colombia that is famous for its pre-Colombian statues. The area has many rock carvings depicting animals. In one waterfall a beautifully carved gorilla faces out of the cascading water.

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