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The National University's Bogotá campus, known fondly as 'La Nacho,' is Colombia's biggest university and widely known for its frequent protests and radical leftist graffiti.
But the university is also much more: a community, a sports complex, a place for art and culture.
Stiltwalkers cross the National University's Plaza del Che. Behind them is a mural of priest Camilo Torres, an idealist who joined the ELN guerrillas, died and became a leftist martyr.
Clowns perform during a recent clown festival on the university campus.
A student art project in the National University's Art Museum, one of several museums on campus.
Multilingual texts on a wall of the campus's Art Museum prompts visitors to consider others' viewpoints.
Animals in the university's Natural History Museum, which also has temporary exhibits by students.
Painted faces at the University's annual carnaval.