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What you can also enjoy when you come to Cartagena
It is a fortification located in the city of Cartagena de Indias in Colombia.
It is located on a hill called San Lázaro and was built in 1657 during the Spanish colonial era.
Inaugurated by the Banco de La República, in 1982 it opens its doors to the public in Cartagena de Indias. Museum dedicated to pre-Columbian relics, with more than 600 pieces of gold, silver and ceramics on display.
It is a building located in Cartagena de Indias, former seat of the Inquisition Court of the Catholic Church, the building was built in 1770 in colonial and baroque style.
They are located between the Forts and Santa Catalina and Santa Clara and are part of the wall of Cartagena. Located in the San Diego neighborhood in the Historic Center.
The vaults as they are known today, were the last project gestated by the Colony within the walled city and has 47 arches and 23 vaults.
The Puerta del Reloj or Boca del Puente is the main gate of the city of the historic center of Cartagena de Indias, in Colombia and the original entrance of the fortified city. It is located between Plaza de Independencia and Plaza de los Coches.
It is a Colombian cathedral church of catholic cult under the invocation of Santa Catalina de Alejandría. It is located in the historic center, Plaza de la Proclamación, east corner of Parque de Bolívar, and is the episcopal seat of the Archbishop of Cartagena de Indias.
It is a volcanic cone full of mud, which is located in the rural area of Santa Catalina, in the Caribbean Region of Colombia, next to the Ciénaga del Totumo and near the border with the Department of the Atlantic.
It is located on San Martín de Pajarales Island, Islas del Rosario - Bolívar. In it, the visitor can find a representative sample of the fauna and flora of the Colombian Caribbean Sea, with more than 100 species and 1,000 individuals.
A conservation organization that seeks, through a modern and representative exhibition of avifauna in natural environments, to promote knowledge about Colombian diversity, its sustainable use and responsible management.
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