Buried treasure

Buried treasure

There is no man in the Colombian Andes who has not heard of him. That golden man called El Indio Dorado and El Rey Dorado had priceless value. Everyone talked about him, and at some point the story of the king in gold became a myth of the land in gold.

Fascinated by the vast wealth, the Spanish and the English intended to rob hidden city of El Dorado. The expeditions took place from 1541 to 1616. year. Although they returned with wealth, they took the gold from the people, but no one was able to find the city.

Edgar Alan Po also wrote a song about the famous El Dorado.

Today, from the myth of the land, to the king, where only one letter changed, a myth has emerged that has kept only the initial letter “k”.

There is no man in the Colombian Andes who has not heard of him. That golden man called El Indio Dorado and El Rey Dorado had priceless value. Everyone talked about him, and at some point the story of the king in gold became a myth of the land in gold.

Fascinated by the vast wealth, the Spanish and the English intended to rob hidden city of El Dorado. The expeditions took place from 1541 to 1616. year. Although they returned with wealth, they took the gold from the people, but no one was able to find the city.

Edgar Alan Po also wrote a song about the famous El Dorado.

Today, from the myth of the land, to the king, where only one letter changed, a myth has emerged that has kept only the initial letter “k”.