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Hey! Thanks for checking us out. Uhave2Go! is a photo sharing website for travel and photography lovers, and for everyone else in between who enjoy going places and discovering the new. Uhave2go collects travel photos and information about those places, events or activities you loved, and the goal is to become the go to site for inspiration to travel around the World and make the most out of the places you go to. Basically, inspire you to go... wherever it is that you want to go.

It all started with a few hundred travel photos from my trips through Asia and South America and one idea, UHave2Go!, a site that would be inspiration for others to travel around the World and share their photography and thoughts of the places they loved. The rest has been hard work, learning, lots of adjustments and brainstorming.

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Country:Colombia,   City:Bogota,   Category:Cities By Fernando
About  La Candelaria 
A one stop not to miss in Bogota. La Candelaria neighborhood is one of the most interesting parts of the city. Colonial architecture, museums, restaurants and bars where students from nearby universities go for beers almost every other afternoon. La Casa de la Moneda, features work from Colombian Artist Fernando Botero. The Julio Mario Santodomingo is one of the last architectural projects from Colombian and world famous architect, Rogelio Salmona. El chorro de Quevedo, a small courtyard, probably the oldest in the city is the way to access the only remaining cobblestone like street with medieval proportions. Every other block, there si something to discover, always with the unique background of the green mountains and the Cerro Monserrate. You have to go. More
 
View from Julio Mario Santodimingo Building.
 
 
 
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