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  • Guasca, rich in history, remnant of an ancient culture are called the Muisca people.

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  • Eager to beat him to the prize, Hernán Pérez de Quesada, brother of the founder of Bogota, recruited 260 Spaniards and, equipped with two hundred horses and six thousand Muisca men, women, and children, he marched east the following September.

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  • To deliver the motley band of survivors to Sibundoy had cost the lives of all six thousand Muisca Indians.

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  • Colombia was originally inhabited by indigenous nations including the Muisca, Quimbaya, and

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  • The territory of what is now Colombia was originally inhabited by indigenous nations including the Muisca, Quimbaya, and Tairona.

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  • Caretakers of the sacred lagoons of Siecha, destiny of the Muisca ancient Gods waters, where the Cacique (Chief) with gold powder covering his body, jumped in the waters, offering the most precious works in gold, emeralds, weavings, and foods, to celebrate and honor life every year

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  • It is the birthplace of the Muisca civilization whose artisans did such extraordinary 'work with gold and emeralds that they gave rise to the legend of \ "El Dorado. \"

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