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Pereria is a small coffee-producing town on the slopes of the Andes mountain chain of Colombia. Long before this town was a settlement it was a civilization of gold artisans called Quimbaya, the indigenous people of Pereira. The town was colonized in 1540 by the Spanish and later redeemed their independence in 1816. Pereira’s fertile soil and great weather did not go unnoticed that by the 1920’s, the population expanded. Farmers grew coffee, sugarcane and cattle. This led to the town’s economic growth and popularity. Today, Pereira still produces the world’s best coffee beans. Travelers who visit the city will take a glimpse into Europe, Switzerland or the Alps.

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