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The Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral is located not far from Bogotá and 180 meters underground. The site was used for salt exploitation since the times of the Spanish Conquest. At present, the former mines are a beautiful cathedral that became one of the most famous and visited religious destinations in Colombia. It is also considered one of the country’s most famous archaeological constructions.
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