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Lonely Planet Publications, 2003 - Travel - 272 pages
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Shrouded in myth and mystery, Colombia is the ultimate independent traveller's frontier. Whether it's cosmopolitan Bogota, colonial Cartagena, the alluring Amazon or the sun-soaked coast islands, this carefully written guide will provide all the down-to-earth advice you'll need to safely explore this volatile but spectacular destination.

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Review: Colombia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Mereke - Goodreads

Living here, this book seems like a pretty weak travel guide. I haven't read the new 2006 Lonely Planet Colombia yet and I sure hope it gets a little more in depth. Read full review

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