US embassy closes doors for ‘Columbus Day’

The United States embassy of Colombia will remain closed to the public on Monday in honor of “Columbus Day.”

The U.S. doors will not be open to the public on Monday nor will it offer its usual services in commemoration of the annual celebration of Columbus Day.

In honor of the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the American continent on October 12, 1492, the U.S. created the holiday of Columbus Day.

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