En está fotografía, hay una bailarina de la Cumbia. Es impresionante saber como nació la cumbia, el baile principal en el carnaval. Todo empezó cuando los esclavos en su día de descanso se reunía en las playas y tocaban tambores y otros instrumentos y a pesar de las cadenas que tenían en los pies, bailaban suavemente en la arena.
Colombia's 🇨🇴 capital city Bogotá is one of the world's trendiest showcases of modern street art. Most famous world street artist come to paint and the walls of Bogota are covered in intricate tags, primitive scrawls, and elaborate murals. The street art illustrates issues ranging from environmental concerns to the country's brutal armed conflict. Other murals are simply meant to make people smile. One of the highlights of our trip in Bogota was Graffiti Tour. They are non profit…
Hugely successfully Colombian pop singer and dancer, Shakira (b. February 2, 1977) has won two Grammy Awards, seven Latin Grammy Awards, twelve Billboard Latin Music Awards, and has been Golden Globe-nominated. She is the highest-selling Colombian artist of all time, and the second most successful female Latin singer after Gloria Estefan. Her U.S. album sales stand at 9.6 million.
Colombia does not have seasons; because it is near the equator, it has sunlight throughout the year.The name Colombia is derived from the name Christopher Columbus. Colombia is the home country for many famous people such as Shakira and the famous writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. http://www.powerpointmapsonline.com/powerpointmaps.aspx/Map-of-Colombia-72
The word "silhouette" comes from Étienne de Silhouette, 18th century Controller-General of Finances under French king Louis XV. Depending on what you read, either he was known for his hobby of making silhouette portraits or people named the cheap form of portraiture after the famously cheap man (or maybe it was both). Well, he'd better tighten his purse strings even more because giving old Étienne a run for his money is Colombia's Juana Rodriguez
The Valle de Cocora hike in Salento, Colombia is famous for its 200 foot tall wax palms. What people don't tell you is that the hike also includes an uphill trek through deep, thick mud in a rainy cloud forest!