The Cerros de Mavecure, also known as Mavicure, are made up of three large rocks. The Mavecure (712 m), Pajarito (480 m) and the Mono Hill (170 m) rise as huge natural pyramids in the middle of the lush jungle on the bank of the Inirida River in the Guainía Department.
Colombia 2010, Cerro Mavicure.
2010, Coat of Arms, Guainía Department.
The Coat of Arms of the Guainía Department is showing the Inirida River and the Cerros de Mavecure.