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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    A reputation stemming from decades of drug warlords, left-wing rebels and right-wing paramilitary groups presents a significant challenge for the country's tourism industry. But as Colombia evolves as a destination, it isn't shying away from safety concerns. Pictured here, the Bogota Cathedral, in the heart of the city's downtown. Photos by Nadine Godwin; posted July 11, 2012.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    A potter in Bogota’s La Candelaria district demonstrating how he makes a cup on a wheel.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    Houses in the Plaza de los Coches in Cartagena’s Old Town.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    A Cartagena fruit seller in traditional garb.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    Juan del Mar Restaurant on Plaza de San Diego in Cartagena’s Old Town.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    One of Cartagena’s many public beaches.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    The Cartagena Clock Tower in Old Town.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    A performance on the grounds of the San Felipe Castle, a fortress built specifically to deal with pirates.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    Wall art on Embudo Street in Bogota.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    Grounds of the Punta Faro Hotel, located on one of the Rosario Islands.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    Santa Teresa Hotel seen behind the walls of Cartagena’s Old Town.

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    Colombia: Expunging past demons

    A Hard Rock Cafe right in the middle of Cartagena, on the Plaza de la Aduana.

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