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Bogota - Capital of Columbia
Description: A tour of Bogota, Columbia in the 1940s.

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Clip #: TFA-111A
Length: 10:06
Year: 1946
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Region: South America
Country: Colombia
City: Bogota
Original: 16mm
Pan American Union, Bogota, Capital of Colombia, map of Central and South American showing Columbia, areial view of Bogota, buildings, Guadalupe and Monserrate mountains, flower market, thatched huts, modern buildings, broad avenues, Avenue Jimenez de Quesada, statue of Madonna, fountain, colonial buildings, making clay roof tiles, Colombian flag, Simon Bolivar statue, Plaza Bolivar National Capitol building, streetcars, plazas, pedestrians, shop gates close for lunch, traffic, grand homes, mansions, baby with knit hood, man putting on ruana blanket over suit, Cafe Santa Fe coffee house, shoe shine stand, bootblack shining shoes, lottery ticket seller, two wheeled acrt full of furniture, man putting uo poster with brush, outdoor fruit and vegetable market, boy eating popsicle, flower shops, school children playing, statue of President Santander, school, National University laboratory, scientists, government agricultural station, teachers college students in traditional costumes dancing, National Library park, toddlers by lake, people miling on streets,

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