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  • Artur Coral

    COLOMBIA - IPIALES ||| Sanctuario de Las Lajas, Columbia. Too beautiful. - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

  • Rachael Moudree

    Las Lajas Cathedral, built in 1916, is located in remote southwest Colombia, deep down in a gorge of the Guaitara River (close to Columbia’s border with Ecuador) . This must be one the most fairy tale beautiful pilgrimage sites in the world. A scene of magic splendor, the cathedral clings precariously to the side of a sheer cliff, above a swiftly running river in a mountain gorge.

  • Cindy Struble Shipley

    (1) Leo A P Giannini's answer to Fairy Tales: What real places or buildings look as if they could have been taken out of fairytales? - Quora Las Lajas Sanctuary, Narino Colombia

  • Griselle B

    Not really a castle. Las Lajas Cathedral, built in 1916, is located in remote southwest Colombia, deep down in a gorge of the Guaitara River (close to Colombia’s border with Ecuador) . This must be one the most fairy tale beautiful pilgrimage sites in the world. A scene of magic splendor, the cathedral clings precariously to the side of a sheer cliff, above a swiftly running river in a mountain gorge.

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