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Flat View Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Thursday, April 17, 2014
Ibero-American Theater Festival Of Bogotá (10:00 am)
The Ibero-American Theater of Bogotá is a major cultural event in Colombia and one of the largest performing arts festivals in the whole world. It takes place every other year in the Colombian capital and brings together the most important theater companies from five continents. For seventeen days, the city becomes the setting for colorful parades; Bogotá dresses up for the party and becomes a genuine Theater City.

Contact Info : www.facebook.com/FITBogota Url: http://www.festivaldeteatro.com.co/
Holy Week In Popayán (10:00 am)
Holy Week in Popayán are very similar to the ones in Sevilla and Valladolid in Spain, and date back to colonial times. The main events are the famous processions. This tradition, brought directly from the Iberian Peninsula, was transmitted to the inhabitants of this Colombian region by the conquistadors who brought with them to America their Catholic rites and beliefs and implemented these cultural expressions in the occupied lands.


Holy Week In Mompox (10:00 am)
Mompox, a world historical and architectural heritage site located on the banks of the Magdalena River in the department of Bolívar, celebrated Holy Week for the first time in 1564. What appeals most to the national and international tourists who come every year is the incredible fusion of Catholic religious customs with the magical and pagan elements of the region.


Holy Week In Pamplona (10:00 am)
The Holy Week celebrations in Pamplona, the second oldest destination in the department of Norte de Santander and a town of indescribable architectural beauty, are the most important and renowned in Colombia, together with the festivities in Popayán and Mompox.


Friday, April 18, 2014
Ibero-American Theater Festival Of Bogotá (10:00 am)
The Ibero-American Theater of Bogotá is a major cultural event in Colombia and one of the largest performing arts festivals in the whole world. It takes place every other year in the Colombian capital and brings together the most important theater companies from five continents. For seventeen days, the city becomes the setting for colorful parades; Bogotá dresses up for the party and becomes a genuine Theater City.

Contact Info : www.facebook.com/FITBogota Url: http://www.festivaldeteatro.com.co/
Holy Week In Popayán (10:00 am)
Holy Week in Popayán are very similar to the ones in Sevilla and Valladolid in Spain, and date back to colonial times. The main events are the famous processions. This tradition, brought directly from the Iberian Peninsula, was transmitted to the inhabitants of this Colombian region by the conquistadors who brought with them to America their Catholic rites and beliefs and implemented these cultural expressions in the occupied lands.


Holy Week In Mompox (10:00 am)
Mompox, a world historical and architectural heritage site located on the banks of the Magdalena River in the department of Bolívar, celebrated Holy Week for the first time in 1564. What appeals most to the national and international tourists who come every year is the incredible fusion of Catholic religious customs with the magical and pagan elements of the region.


Holy Week In Pamplona (10:00 am)
The Holy Week celebrations in Pamplona, the second oldest destination in the department of Norte de Santander and a town of indescribable architectural beauty, are the most important and renowned in Colombia, together with the festivities in Popayán and Mompox.


Saturday, April 19, 2014
Ibero-American Theater Festival Of Bogotá (10:00 am)
The Ibero-American Theater of Bogotá is a major cultural event in Colombia and one of the largest performing arts festivals in the whole world. It takes place every other year in the Colombian capital and brings together the most important theater companies from five continents. For seventeen days, the city becomes the setting for colorful parades; Bogotá dresses up for the party and becomes a genuine Theater City.

Contact Info : www.facebook.com/FITBogota Url: http://www.festivaldeteatro.com.co/
Holy Week In Popayán (10:00 am)
Holy Week in Popayán are very similar to the ones in Sevilla and Valladolid in Spain, and date back to colonial times. The main events are the famous processions. This tradition, brought directly from the Iberian Peninsula, was transmitted to the inhabitants of this Colombian region by the conquistadors who brought with them to America their Catholic rites and beliefs and implemented these cultural expressions in the occupied lands.


Holy Week In Mompox (10:00 am)
Mompox, a world historical and architectural heritage site located on the banks of the Magdalena River in the department of Bolívar, celebrated Holy Week for the first time in 1564. What appeals most to the national and international tourists who come every year is the incredible fusion of Catholic religious customs with the magical and pagan elements of the region.


Holy Week In Pamplona (10:00 am)
The Holy Week celebrations in Pamplona, the second oldest destination in the department of Norte de Santander and a town of indescribable architectural beauty, are the most important and renowned in Colombia, together with the festivities in Popayán and Mompox.


Sunday, April 20, 2014
Ibero-American Theater Festival Of Bogotá (10:00 am)
The Ibero-American Theater of Bogotá is a major cultural event in Colombia and one of the largest performing arts festivals in the whole world. It takes place every other year in the Colombian capital and brings together the most important theater companies from five continents. For seventeen days, the city becomes the setting for colorful parades; Bogotá dresses up for the party and becomes a genuine Theater City.

Contact Info : www.facebook.com/FITBogota Url: http://www.festivaldeteatro.com.co/
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Festival Of The Vallenato Legend In Valledupar (10:00 am - 11:00 am)
The festival of the vallenato legend is one of Colombia’s most important music and folk festivals. Literally, vallenato means ‘born in the valley’. The term now applies to the people of the city of Valledupar and to the generic name for the music of the region. Traditionally, the festival is celebrated between April 26 and 30 in Valledupar, the capital of the department of Cesar. For five days, the city becomes an enormous party, full of parades, shows, contests, and good music.

Url: http://www.festivalvallenato.com
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Festival Of The Vallenato Legend In Valledupar (10:00 am - 11:00 am)
The festival of the vallenato legend is one of Colombia’s most important music and folk festivals. Literally, vallenato means ‘born in the valley’. The term now applies to the people of the city of Valledupar and to the generic name for the music of the region. Traditionally, the festival is celebrated between April 26 and 30 in Valledupar, the capital of the department of Cesar. For five days, the city becomes an enormous party, full of parades, shows, contests, and good music.

Url: http://www.festivalvallenato.com
Bogotá International Book Fair (10:00 am - 11:00 am)
The first Bogotá International Book Fair was held in Bogotá in April 1988, when publishers, distributors, booksellers, writers, and other related professionals met for the first time in the capital of Colombia. Ever since, the Fair has been the most relevant annual encounter for the fostering of reading and the development of the publishing industry. Year after year, the Fair has been in charge of promoting the development of the publishing industry, as well as a motor for the reading, promotion, and marketing of books in the rest of Hispanic-American countries.

Url: http://www.feriadellibro.com/
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