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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

San Agustin Colombia: The Valley of the Statues



The Magdalena River name was derived from the biblical figure, Mary Magdalene. The river flows between two cordilleras, gliding across sandbars, as it makes its way to the Caribbean Sea at the city of Barranquilla.The tireless journey leads to an archaeological site called the Valley of Statues in San Agustín in the southern Colombian Department of Huila.

Read more about the Valley of the Statues on Trifter (a travel site)

Note: This post was previously published on a travel site that I work with. You will be redirected when clicking the link to Trifter.

2 Comments:

Emm said...

I love that photo and that whole artistic style. There are so many wonders in this world and I can only hope that I get to see at least a decent proportion of them!

The Ancient Digger said...

Thanks for the compliment Emm. It's an amazing mysterious location.

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