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Uploaded on Oct 29, 2007
The Sierra Nevada, the highest coastal mountain in the world, is a sacred territory for the Kogi, Wiwa, Arhuaco and Kankuamo indigenous people. This video, co-produced by Gonawindua Tayrona Indigenous Organization, shows the oustanding natural beauty of the region, the rich bio-cultural knowledge of the indigenous people, and local efforts to protect this unique region, its biodiversity, water sources and sacred sites. Visit www.corazondelmundo.org for more information.