Chiribiquete National Park in Colombia, declared a World Heritage Site

Chiribiquete National Park in Colombia, declared a World Heritage Site



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UNESCO has inscribed theChiribiquete National Park - La maloca del jaguar, in Colombia, as a new World Heritage Site.

According to UNESCO, “one of the most impressive characteristics of Chiribiquete is the existence of numerous tepuis (steep plateaus with flat tops), where more than 75,000 rock images have been recorded on the walls of some sixty shelters created in those rock formations with representations which are interpreted as hunting scenes, battles, dances and ceremonies all linked to a supposed cult of the jaguar, a symbol of power and fecundity ».

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