An afternoon at an old Spanish square at the small town of Zipaquirá, Colombia. Close to the spectacular salt caves known in the region.
There are hunted places in the world and this one tops the list. This the number one suicide spot in all of Colombia. The river is polluted as you can tell from the foam in the water. it's a shame because the place uses with natural beauty. If only we would give it chance to spring back.
Wikipedia: Zipaquirá is a city in central Colombia, northeast of Bogotá. It’s known for its subterranean Salt Cathedral, a church in a vast salt mine featuring the Stations of the Cross carved out of rock salt. Just outside is a monument to miners. The Zipaquirá Archaeological Museum has pre-Columbian artifacts. The Casa del Nobel Gabriel García Márquez is a cultural center in a building where the author studied in the 1940s.