I think this informations are not realistic:
It is largely recognized for its culture and is also one of the largest manufacturers in South America. Colombia is also one of the most ethnically diverse nations in South America, the result of large-scale migrations during the 20th century which has caused a dramatic population growth since then.
In fact, Colombia is one os less indrustialized country in South America, if compared with its size. Also wich large-scale immigration happened to Colombia on the 20th century? Is not really the opposite? It was one of the south american countries that received the smaller number of immigrants. And it is recognized for what culture? Everywhere you go in the world, they know Colombia for its violence and for drugs, nothing else. --MCMLXXXII 15:37, 3 July 2013 (CEST)