National Geographic : 1926 Feb
ROUND ABOUT BOGOTA 141 Photograph by Wilson Popenoe STATELY ROWS OF EUCALYPTUS TREES This native of Australia was introduced into Colombia about 50 years ago. It has become one of the most conspicuous features of highland landscapes. It is used for street and avenue planting, as well as for the production of timber and fuel. The attractive walk here shown is in the northern part of Bogota.