Traditional Colombian Dance in Cartagena | DiscoveringIce.com Dancers perform a traditional Colombian dance and song inside the walls of the old city of Cartagena, Colombia.

Traditional Colombian Dance in Cartagena | DiscoveringIce.com Dancers perform a traditional Colombian dance and song inside the walls of the old city of Cartagena, Colombia.

A courtly Colombian dance is part of the BYU Living Legends show March 22, 2007 at BYU. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

A courtly Colombian dance is part of the BYU Living Legends show March 22, 2007 at BYU. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

En está fotografía, hay una bailarina de la Cumbia. Es impresionante saber como nació la cumbia, el baile principal en el carnaval. Todo empezó cuando los esclavos en su día de descanso se reunía en las playas y tocaban tambores y otros instrumentos y a pesar de las cadenas que tenían en los pies, bailaban suavemente en la arena.

En está fotografía, hay una bailarina de la Cumbia. Es impresionante saber como nació la cumbia, el baile principal en el carnaval. Todo empezó cuando los esclavos en su día de descanso se reunía en las playas y tocaban tambores y otros instrumentos y a pesar de las cadenas que tenían en los pies, bailaban suavemente en la arena.

www.littlerugshop.com During #SalonedelMobile fashion brand @Marni launched a colorful collection of #outdoor #home #furnishings made exclusively for #MilanDesignWeek. The label created an event named #MarniBallhaus that celebrates #Colombias culture with inspiration from #Cumbia an ancient Colombian dance for couples. Dancers were on hand performing around the new collection which included: chairs chaise lounges rocking #chairs small tables lamps and vases. See more on designmilk.com by…

www.littlerugshop.com During #SalonedelMobile fashion brand @Marni launched a colorful collection of #outdoor #home #furnishings made exclusively for #MilanDesignWeek. The label created an event named #MarniBallhaus that celebrates #Colombias culture with inspiration from #Cumbia an ancient Colombian dance for couples. Dancers were on hand performing around the new collection which included: chairs chaise lounges rocking #chairs small tables lamps and vases. See more on designmilk.com by…

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