Member of the Muisca tribe
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Meet the Muiscas, the urban indigenous people of Bogota

The descendants of the Muiscas, the Colombian tribe that gave the world the legend of El Dorado, are fighting to defend their heritage, which is threatened by the expansion of Bogota.

Suba, in the northern part of the capital, is the oldest council to be recognised by the government.

BBC Mundo's Arturo Wallace reports.

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