The ANI delegation visited infrastructure projects in North Italy

During Infrastructure Week at Expo Milano 2015, a delegation from ANI (the national infrastructure agency) headed by the agency’s leader, Luis Fernando Andrade, participated in an agenda that included visits to different regions of Italy to participate in one-on-one meetings with representatives of companies in the sector to explore business and investment opportunities.

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Cali delighted the Expo with music, dancing and aguapanela

Last Friday singer Maria Mulata held a concert of original Colombian music while Ballet Azúcar, composed of Colombian dancers living in Italy, performed in a salsa caleña show. Free tastings of aguapanela, the typical Colombian drink, delighted the visitors’ palates.

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Juan Valdez and Colombian coffee take center stage during the International Day of Coffee at Expo

The icon par excellence of Colombian coffee, Juan Valdez was one of the protagonists of the International Day of Coffee at Expo.

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A travel through Colombian weathers

Get to know this naturally sustainable country through its thermal floors, and find more about its richness and huge diversity. Are you ready for the lift off?

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Colombia's
Pavillion

The architectonic concept of the pavillion has a seal of innovation and sustainability, both in its conception and in the materials used to its construction. In the building, visitors will know which factors have turned Colombia into a naturally sustainable country, and they also will travel across its thermal floors in the experience designed by Sistole. 

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Santa Marta's snowy peak

  • Santa Marta
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At the Caribbean’s shore, located in the middle of a rainforest, the highest coastal summit of the world stands up: Santa Marta’s Snowy Peak. This isolated mountain range is garnished by the majesty of its twin peaks, Bolívar Peak and Columbus Peak, with more than 5,700 meters high.

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Thermal floors

Colombian soccer players visited the Vice President in Expo Milan

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Press Room

Hass Avocado

  • Antioquia
  • Magdalena
  • Valle del Cauca
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Thermal floors

Colombia in previous expos

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Since José Jerónimo Triana led the way to show Colombian products and registers at the International Exposition of Paris in 1867, Colombia has gained more spaces at international fairs. At this first edition, Colombia’s participation was not official, and Mr. Triana had to manage the space through the Central American Committee and the delegate from Ecuador.

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Expo 2015

Colombian recipes: arepas

  • Antioquia
  • Santander
  • Caribe
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Experience Colombia

Agroindustry and biodiversity

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Colombia is a highly privileged country. Thanks to its geographical location, close to the Equator, surrounded by the immensity of two oceans and crossed by three mountain ranges, Colombia enjoys almost every possible climate during the 365 days of the year. 

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Colombia

Colombia, a country that flies

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Every year, about 27 million travellers pass through El Dorado, Colombia’s most important airport. This is a high number, but the revolution that the country is experiencing in recent years suggests even higher projections: in 2021, 40 million passengers are expected.

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Conoce Colombia

Colombia, the country of magical realism

The wind blows from the northern part of Colombia and in the striking landscape of La Guajira it begins to spin the windmills, those enormous knights that Don Quixote saw in his imagination. After playing with the blades for a while, the wind continues along the beaches of Cartagena and cools down the women sunbathing there, before squeezing through the holes in the walls of an ancient city that tells it stories of heroes from long ago. 

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