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In this thread I'll show you pics of Bogotá, which is the capital of Colombia and our main city. I hope you do Get Seduced by it and enjoy yourselves by looking at the pictures :)



Here's some interesting data of the city:

Location: Southamerica - Colombia - Cundinamarca
Metro Population: 8.361.000 inh. (2008)
Average Temperature: 14ºC - 52ºF (All year long; Colombia has no seasons)
Elevation: 2640m - 8,661 ft
Foundation: August 6, 1538 AD
HDI: 0.904 (20011)

 

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From flikr and SCC Colombia. Thanks to those who took the pics.



USAQUÉN: emerging financial district.











MONSERRATE HILL: It rises to 3,152 metres (10,341 ft) above the sea level. In the top of it there is a church, a restaurant and an observation deck.



Night panorama, taken from the top


LA CANDELARIA: historic neighborhood in downtown Bogotá. The architecture of the old houses, churches and buildings has mainly Spanish Colonial and Baroque styles.







ZONA ROSA:cool zone full of nice stores, restaurants, malls, pubs and discos; probably the best night life in the city.












CENTRO INTERNACIONAL: Downtown Bogotá.









The skyline, far away. Pretty old pic, but it's still kind of nice.


Transmilenio


Plaza de Bolivar/ Bolivar Square. This is the main sqare in the city and it has very important buildings such as the Palace of Justice, the Supreme Court, the Colombian Congress, the National Capitol, Liévano building (the seat for Bogota's Mayor), the Primate Cathedral and Casa de Nariño (Presidential Palace).



Alcaldía de Bogotá/Bogotá Town Hall (Palacio de Lievano/Lievano Palace)


Capitolio Nacional/National Capitol


Casa de Nariño/Presidential Palace



Parque Simón Bolivar/Simon Bolivar Park. The largest metropolitan park in Colombia, with over 600 acres.





Jardín Botánico/Botanical Garden. 19,5 acres





Parque de la Independencia/Independence Park





TEUSAQUILLO/CHAPINERO: Extended Downtown. British/german looking districts .Historically upper-class districts but nowadays middle class ones.

































NORTHERN BOGOTÁ: the nortern side of the city is where most of the welthiest neighborhoods are located.





















WESTERN BOGOTÁ






 

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Wooooww!! Alejo! Great pics!!! I've seen a lot of it, but these are the best!

(you shouldn't make the thread so heavy)

Hablaria mas en ingles, pero me cuesta horrores! Little Britain!
 

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Fantastic, almost world class! :cheers:
 
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Alejo Bellisima la citta! thank you so much. I hope help you :cheers:
 

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Bogota defines urbanity in Latin America.

Great cultural spaces.
Amazing night life.
The best Coffee in the world.
Peaceful and attractive places in every part of the city.

... and the best, the astounding people of Colombia.


Bogota is such an Amazing City and urban Poetry.

Great thread Alejo, Thank you very much for this voyage.

:)
 
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Alejo look this one building in Teusaquillo



Similar to this Building in Usaquen.

 
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Bogota Skyline


 

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OMG!!!
Alejo Congratulations first of all!!
I charm the introduction to the thread, very clean and sober, I like to see more information about the city and to become it more thematic, anything you need let me know. Many thanks again, your input very much and I love that you're not a cachaco!
Greetings!
 

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i love bogota, is incredible the ones that does not know bogota got visit it, cause is awesome.
 

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Well done, alejoaoa! :applause: You've done a fantastic job with this new thread! Love all the photos of course. How could anybody not be seduced by the beauty of Bogota/Colombia!? :)

The thread title is wonderful, of course. ;)

Keep it going! :)
 

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excelent thread, the most that i like about "tabogo" it's the variety of architecture, due to the diversity cultural people that came from different parts of the world after the second w.w! ( it's a hint).:nuts:
 
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