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The Amazonas Department in Southern Colombia is the largest in area while having the 3rd smallest population, but has a large majority of indigenous population This part of the Amazon is still pristine and not exploited, mainly due to the fact that no roads connect this region with the rest of the country or neighbouring countries. The region lays at the junction of Colombia, Brazil and Peru all only accessible by boat or air. As long as trans-national roads will not reach these regions, it has a chance to remain unspoiled and an area where indigenous and local populations can continue to live in full harmony with their environment.
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