Places Salento

Salento is a Colombian municipality in the department of Quindío. Called the father of Quindío because it is the oldest municipality in this department, it is known as the "Cuna del Árbol National". It has a great variety of tourist attractions, including the Cocora Valley where you can find a landscape full of nature, such as the Barranquero or Momotus momota a commonly seen bird, take ecological walks and enjoy the beautiful scenery of this locality. According to an agreement of the Honorable Municipal Council, the foundation date was January 5, 1842. Each year the traditional anniversary parties of its foundation are celebrated between the two and the twelfth of January. See more information

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