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Image Blog Post Day of the Little Candles in Colombia [Dia de las Velitas] [Little Candles’ Night] [Noche de las Velitas]

Published on 07-12-2017

Day of the Little Candles in Colombia [Dia de las Velitas] [Little Candles’ Night] [Noche de las Velitas]

The Day of the Little Candles or Little Candles’ Night is celebrated each year on 7th December. This is observed as a traditional holiday in Colombia. The festival begins at sunset on 7th December and ends at sunrise on 8th December. The celebration is all about the eve of Immaculate Conception and 8th December marks unofficially as the start of the Christmas Season in Colombia.

Image Blog Post Who was Simon Bolivar? Commemorating a Venezuelan national hero

Published on 24-07-2017

Who was Simon Bolivar? Commemorating a Venezuelan national hero

The 24 th of July 2017 marks the 234th anniversary of Simon Bolivar. So how is it that, two and half centuries later, this man is still such a prominent historical figure, who still inspires millions in their fight for human rights? Let’s retrace the remarkable story of his life, to find out why his values are still relevant today.

Image Blog Post Interesting traditions during New Year´s Eve around the world

Published on 29-12-2016

Interesting traditions during New Year´s Eve around the world

New Year is perhaps the most symbolic day of the year for most of us. It marks the end of a year and the beginning of a new one, and is usually a moment for reflections and wishes or resolutions for the year to come. Around the world, there is a myriad of different rituals people perform with New year, one even crazier than the other, so we have decided to explore some of the most interesting ones:

Reasons to visit Colombia

Published on 01-12-2016

5 reasons to visit Colombia now

Colombia is increasingly becoming a top destination for tourists around the world. In the past, issues like insecurity have kept this undiscovered gem in the shadows, but you should take note of the following 5 reasons why you should visit Colombia on your next holidays:

• It is not dangerous any more

Colombia is widely perceived an insecure country around the word. It is true that in the past, the guerrilla conflict has pictured a country where kidnapping, murder, robbery and drug trade was the dish of the day, causing isolation to this amazing country. Nevertheless, the recent peace negotiations have put an end to crime and have made Colombia a safe place for tourists nowadays.

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