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La Candelaria's Most Colorful Street

Calle 10, between City Hall and Carrera 10 may just be La Candelaria's and even Bogotá's most colorful block, with its sidewalk vendors, elegant (if decayed) historic buildings and small shops offering everything from esoterica to clothes to a cheap lunch.


Hats and Christmas decorations for sale on 10th St.


Jackets and shoes for sale decorate the wall of an old building.


A woman sells fruit stacked against a wall of the La Concepcion Church.


Crafts in the Pasaje Rivas.


A table with an offering of nuts for sale.


One of several stores offering esoterica.




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Indira Thursday, 13 December 2012

Candelaria: riqueza cultural, un remolino de experiencias, estimula todos los sentidos y todos los días del año hay algo que hacer.

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