There are 8 Columbia web directory related resources in this category!

  • Lonely Planet: Columbia
    Provides users with information on travel and tourism in Columbia, as well as important facts, history, maps, weather, transport and culture within the country.
    http://www.lonelyplanet.com/colombia

  • Columbia Travel
    About what to do, where to go, and of course, interesting information about the country of Columbia.
    http://www.colombia.travel/en/

  • Every Culture: Columbia
    Every Culture offers users an in-depth look at the country of Columbia. From its historical contributions, beautiful landmarks and modern impact on the world, there is a variety of information found on the site.
    http://www.everyculture.com/Bo-Co/Colombia.html

  • FIFA: Colombia
    Detailed team information, with player rosters and statistics as well team schedule details.
    http://www.fifa.com/associations/association=col/index.html

  • Mundo Andino: Colombian Culture
    Historic traditions and current cultural climate in the country.
    http://www.mundoandino.com/colombia/culture

  • My Colombian Recipes
    Recipes for everything from Colombian Pound Cake, or Ponque, to Boiled Hominy Corn Rolls, or Bollo Limpio.
    http://www.mycolombianrecipes.com/

  • Nation Master
    On Nation Master website users are treated to statistical information about the country. The facts and figures are divided into more than twenty categories, including agriculture, food, geography, immigration, military and lifestyle.
    http://www.nationmaster.com/country/co-colombia/edu-education

  • Virtual Americas: Colombian Culture
    The sites content is derived from the five major cultural regions of the country with mention of its social and political influences.
    http://www.virtualamericas.net/colombia/culture/

Much cultural diversity greatly influenced the country of Columbia and it's inhabitants. Beginning in the 20th century the cultural influences of North America began to effect Colombia's native culture in a number of ways.

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Columbia

The construction of shopping malls, the influence of Hollywood and its films along with American fashion trends and rock music brought a whole new outlook to the younger generations of Columbia.

The majority of today's Colombians reside in the area of the Andes, high above sea level. Snowfall is immense in these areas. Other parts of the Andes Mountains are volcanic and many are covered in glaciers.

You don't have to limit your visit to Columbia to the "cordilleras" or mountain ranges. There are plenty of other amazing places to see in Columbia. During your trip to South America, don't leave Columbia without stopping off in the fairy tale city of Cartagena.

Its natural scenery featuring lots of colonial architecture is absolutely breathtaking. Next stop, Bogota, Columbia's capital city. Check out the art galleries and the cities museums. If you are a night owl, you'll definitely appreciate the night life in Bogota where you can spend a whole evening out on the town.

The highlight of your vacation in Columbia will have you on its golden beaches along the Caribbean Sea. You'll bask in the joy of all the fun and sun and then it's on to "The Lost City". "The Lost City" is said to be a 1200 year old city that was once known as the city of Tairona.