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Definition funny of Colombia:
Colombia is not THE most dangerous country in the world, but unfortunately it is well up there. Is it a fact? Yes, but a sad one. However, there is SO much more to Colombia than the stereotypes of cocaine and murder (I for one don't remember saying otherwise), and its many virtues far outweigh its few faults, which occur to a greater extent in Brazil, Venezuela, South Africa, etc. First of all, Colombia is rich in mineral and agricultural resources: coffee, emeralds, flowers, etc. The quality of its coffee and emeralds is world-renowned and makes them very desirable. Second, it is one of the most geographically varied nations in the world: it's the only country in South America (I'm not including Mexico or Central America) with an Atlantic AND a Pacific coastline, three ranges of the Andes run north-south through it (Bogotá is built on a plateau in the Andes), the Amazon jungle comprises much of the southeastern part of the country, and Cristobal Colon, South America's second-tallest mountain, is at its northern end. Third, Colombians have a reputation in South America for being very cultured and sophisticated. Bogotá is one of Latin America's great cultural centers, and is renowned and beloved by travellers who have visited it (I'm not one of them...yet). And its murder rate, as mentioned before, is a LOT lower than my own country's capital, Washington DC; though both cities are getting better year by year. So don't take offense if some people are a bit ignorant of the facts; you think it's easy for me living in New York and having to tolerate the outdated, uninformed, nasty crap I've heard about my city? Laugh, inform them that they're wrong, and move on to the next.
a nice country in south america, many ignorant idiots dont know about, all they know is drugs, that is it colombia has a nice culture, and a variety of people, from blonde haired blue eyed folks, to dark so dark they are almost blue folks, one thing colombians have in common is that they look hot, whoever says colombia means drugs, can go suck their grannies tities, i am not colombian, however i have been there, and that country rules!!! they got some of the hottest women u can ever come across.
colombia has gotten some hot women, i wouldnt mind marrying one.
One of the greatest countries in the world, filled with nice people and beautiful that you are not gonna find in any other country, EVER. Well, many ignorants think that we are all about drugs, violence, guerrilla and fake-ass bitches, but we aren't, and that fake image media have been showing for years of our conutry couldn't be more stupid. It piss us off that some ignorants ask us if we do speak english, or if we live under rocks, of if we have some coke of if we eat burritos!!!OMG!!! we're not beasts neither dealers nor mexicans!!!What the fuck is wrong with you people? We're just as good as anyone and we don't need more ignorants talkin shit about us, but i you wanna do it, we won't kill you, we're not getting to your level.We'll you laugh until you learn thata the world is more than just banalities.
Clobian???hahahaha..that's just way to pathetic!!!Colombia just rocks, no examples are needed!!!Viava colombia papá!!
People who have never been to Colombia need to realize that their comments are only based on ignorance and what the media has fed them. Mr.Valdez and Mr.Escobar are not the only people to come out of the country. People, like the Idiot that came up with definition #6 of Colombia, were probably dumped by a hot colombian chick because of performance reasons, and now refer to them as stuck up. Colombia is filled with rolling green mountains, beautiful flowers, oceans, emeralds, culture, fantastic food and gorgeous kind men and WOMEN!
Songs about Colombia:
Los Duros De Colombia by Gerardo Ortiz from the Album Ni Hoy Ni Manana
Ritmo de Colombia by Aniceto Molina & Luz Roja de San Marcos from the Album 40 Anos de Exitos
Colombia Tierra Querida (Album Version) by El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico from the Album Sin Salsa No Hay Paraíso
Colombia by Polo Montañez from the Album Guitarra Mía
Welcome to Colombia by Andres Soun from the Album Brasil - Colombia
Colombia Tierra Querida by Lucho Bermudez from the Album Himno Nacional de la República de Colombia y Otras Joyas Musicales
Colombia, mi corazon by Africando from the Album Gombo Salsa
Books about Colombia:
COLOMBIA en 20 Días 1 & 2 (Spanish Edition) by Juan Pablo Gaviria and Juan Pablo Gaviria (Feb 8, 2012)
Colombia en 20 Días: Volumen 6 y 7 (Spanish Edition) by Juan Pablo Gaviria Frank and Juan Pablo Gaviria (Feb 8, 2012)
Colombia: National Geographic: Adventure Map (National Geographic: Adventure Map (3405)) by National Geographic Maps - Adventure (Jan 1, 2012)
Colombia en 20 Días: Volumen 3, 4 y 5 (Spanish Edition) by Juan Pablo Gaviria (Feb 8, 2012)
Colombia - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture by Kate Cathey (Apr 12, 2011)
San Gil town in Colombia (Photo Gallery): Photos of San Gil town in Colombia by Trisa Brian (Oct 15, 2014)
Colombia Travel Reference Map 1:1,400,000 2014 by International Travel Maps (Apr 30, 2014)
Movies about Colombia:
Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia 2009 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins Starring: Joe Manganiello, Ken Anderson, et al. Directed by: Tim Matheson
Colombia / Ecuador 2010 NR - Runtime: 53 mins Starring: Gerald Gary Smith Directed by: Gerald Gary Smith
Globe Trekker - Panama & Colombia 2013 NR - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: Unavailable
MUSIC VOYAGER Made in Colombia: The Capital of Salsa 2011 NR - Runtime: 26 mins Directed by: Kelly Magelky
Music Voyager: Colombia's Electro Tropical Beats 2012 NR - Runtime: 26 mins Starring: Jacob Edgar Directed by: Kelly Magelky
MUSIC VOYAGER Made in Colombia: Colombia Rocks! 2011 NR - Runtime: 26 mins Directed by: Kelly Magelky
The Voice of the Martyrs Presents- Underground Reality: Colombia -
Wiki information Colombia:
Colombia, officially the Republic of Colombia, is a country situated in the northwest of South America, bordered to the northwest by Panama; to the east by Venezuela and Brazil; to the south by Ecuador and Peru; and it shares maritime limits with...
The Colombia national football team represents Colombia in international football competitions and is overseen by the Colombian Football Federation. It is a member of the CONMEBOL and is currently ranked 3rd in the FIFA World Rankings, and 4th in Elo...