Bogota, Colombia – A tour guide explains some of the many legends of Colombia, on the cobblestoned Calle del Embudo, in the historic district of La Candelaria. He is carrying an Arhuaca Mochila, a bag originally made by the Arhuaca tribe of the Sierra Nevada. The capital city of Colombia, Bogota, was founded in the 16th Century in this area, by the Spanish Conquistador, Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada. Many walls in this area are painted with either street art, or legends of the pre Colombian era, in the vibrant colours of Latin America. A small group of tourists listen to the story; behind them is a Cafe. The sky is overcast. Photo shot in the morning sunlight, on a cloudy day. Horizontal format.