El papa Francisco se da su primer baño de multitudes en Colombia (+fotos)

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El papa Francisco se dio hoy su primer baño de multitudes en Colombia en el recorrido de 15 kilómetros entre la base militar de Catam, en Bogotá, y la nunciatura apostólica, donde pernoctará las cuatro noches que esté en el país, reseñó EFE.

Nada más emprender el recorrido, Francisco saludó sonriente desde el papamóvil a los policías y demás miembros de los cuerpos de seguridad que estaban en la pista.

El vehículo blanco, precedido por decenas de policías en motocicletas, tomó luego la Avenida el Dorado, que comunica al aeropuerto con el centro de la ciudad, donde miles de personas lo saludaban con gritos, banderas y pañuelos blancos, y los más entusiastas corrían algunos metros detrás de la caravana para no perderse el momento.

Pope Francis (C) walks flanked by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and his wife Maria Clemencia Rodriguez (R), upon his arrival to Bogota on September 6, 2017. Pope Francis arrived in Colombia for a five-day tour to plead for a "stable and lasting" peace in a divided country just emerging from a 50-year war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
 AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
Pope Francis (C) is welcomed by Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos (L) and his wife Maria Clemencia upon landing in Bogota on September 6, 2017.  Pope Francis arrived in Colombia for a five-day tour to plead for a "stable and lasting" peace in a divided country just emerging from a 50-year war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. / AFP PHOTO / Alberto PIZZOLI
AFP PHOTO / Alberto PIZZOLI
Pope Francis waves as he gets onto the Popemobile upon his arrival to Bogota on September 6, 2017. Pope Francis set off for Colombia on Wednesday for a five-day tour to plead for a "stable and lasting" peace in a divided country just emerging from a 50-year war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
Pope Francis (C) is welcomed by Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos (L) and his wife Maria Clemencia upon landing in Bogota on September 6, 2017.  Pope Francis arrived in Colombia for a five-day tour to plead for a "stable and lasting" peace in a divided country just emerging from a 50-year war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. / AFP PHOTO / Alberto PIZZOLI
AFP PHOTO / Alberto PIZZOLI
Pope Francis (C) adjusts his sit after getting onto the Popemobile upon his arrival to Bogota on September 6, 2017. Pope Francis set off for Colombia on Wednesday for a five-day tour to plead for a "stable and lasting" peace in a divided country just emerging from a 50-year war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
Pope Francis greets children after being welcomed by Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos and his wife Maria Clemencia (R) upon landing in Bogota on September 6, 2017.  Pope Francis arrived in Colombia for a five-day tour to plead for a "stable and lasting" peace in a divided country just emerging from a 50-year war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. / AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo ARANGUA
AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo ARANGUA
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