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COLOMBIA-PEACE-ARCHAEOLOGY-SERRANIA-LA LINDOSA-ROCK ART

(L to R) Ernesto Montenegro - director of the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History; Gautier Mignot - French ambassador in Colombia; Andres Delpuech - director of the Museum of Man; Celine Valadeau - an anthropologist from the French Institute of Andean Studies (IFEA); and Stephen Rostain - a researcher at the Archaeology of the Americas laboratory, pose for a picture next to rock art at the Cerro Azul hill in the Serrania La Lindosa in the Amazonian jungle department of Guaviare, Colombia, on June 8, 2018. - The Serrania La Lindosa, declared as a new Protected Archaeological Site of Colombia, is one of the places with the most abundant rock art in the world. The Serranias of Chiribiquete and La Lindosa are among the areas in Colombia that were closed to outsiders during the armed conflict and are now opening up to scientific researchers. (Photo by GUILLERMO LEGARIA / AFP) (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP via Getty Images)
COLOMBIA-PEACE-ARCHAEOLOGY-SERRANIA-LA LINDOSA-ROCK ART

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Credit:
GUILLERMO LEGARIA / Contributor
Editorial #:
973963888
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AFP
Date created:
June 08, 2018
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AFP
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Object name:
AFP_15U4FB
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