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Colombia's Emerald buying trip photos

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A beautiful morning in Plaza De Bolivar, Bogotá, Colombia.

Details of La Catedral Primada, builted 1807-1823, stands at Plaza De Bolivar.

The morning sun blazes one of the many churches in La Candelaria, Bogotá.

Bogotá, also Santa Fe de Bogotá, city in central Colombia, capital of the country, coextensive with Bogotá Capital District. It is located at an elevation of about 2640 m (about 8660 ft) on a mountain-rimmed plateau high in the Cordillera Oriental of the Andes Mountains. Bogotá was founded on the 6th of August 1538 by the Spanish conquistador Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada who fought the Chibcha Indians near the site of the populous tribe center called Bacatá. The new city became the vice-regal capital of New Granada in 1717. It was captured by Simón Bolívar in 1819 and was the capital of the independent nation of Great Colombia (which included modern day Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, and Venezuela). It became the capital of New Granada (later renamed Colombia) in 1830 when Great Colombia was dissolved.

Palm tree against a blue, morning sky.

A street, "fire" performer on the Carrera Septima.

The crowd moved a bit for me to take a clean shot


A street vendor, making fresh orange juice. In the background, a shop window, displaying opaque emeralds in matrix.

Another view of downtown Bogotá. The emerald market is nearby.

A panoramic view of part of Bogotá' from the surrounding hills. The population of Colombia's capital is approx. 7 millions.


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