A typical day at Chorro de Quevedo square with a lot of people, locals, students mixed with tourists surrounded by cafes, restaurants and craft shops. On the left it can see with the San Miguel hermitage (ermita) a little white church that is framed by colonial and early 20th century buildings. Behind the church lives a beautiful endemic tree Silver Yarumo sheltering with its shade the tired walkers who visit this hot land. On the right, you can see the sculpture of the juggler made by the local sculptor Jorge Olave, over the Teatro Colón Bogotá the orange building, in the La Candelaria neighborhood, the most important landmark of the historic center of Bogota, it is located in the founding place in the center east of the capital.
|Photo Location:||Bogota, Colombia|
|Copyright:||© Carla Fernandez|