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Salt Cathedral, Zipaquira, Bogotá

Salt Cathedral, Zipaquira

Declared the first wonder of Colombia, it is the only cathedral in the world built inside a salt mine 590 feet deep. It...
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Visit the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá

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The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá

Visitors are enchanted by the chance to feel like miners and explore dark tunnels using a special helmet lamp in the...

Nemocon Salt Mine

A place that captivates with its authenticity is Nemocon Salt Mine, which is 15 minutes from Zipaquirá. There, 80...
Nemocon Salt Museum

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Nemocon Salt Museum

A colonial house located within the main park houses the Nemocon Township Museum of Salt, which is reached after an...
Visit Nemocon Salt Mine

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Nemocón Salt Mine

An hour north of Bogotá, the Nemocón Salt Mine captivates visitors. Travelers walk along a mile of tunnels 263 feet...

Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan Stadium

The Colombian national football team plays official World Cup qualifying matches in the Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan...
Conoce la Catedral de la Sagrada Familia

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Sagrada Familia Cathedral

The Sagrada Familia Cathedral, in front of Santander Park, was finished constructing in 1887. This temple is recognized...
María Reina Metropolitan Cathedral

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María Reina Metropolitan Cathedral

One of the most beloved Catholic churches in Barranquilla is the María Reina Metropolitan Cathedral. The church, which...

San Pedro Cathedral

The neoclassical San Pedro Cathedral has endured the damage from several earthquakes; it underwent some restoration and...

Cathedral of Colombia

A must see site on Bolívar Square is the Cathedral of Colombia, the first church in Bogotá, which was built in 1539 by...
Pasto Cathedral  - An Icon of the City

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Pasto Cathedral

Nariñense art is present in the Pasto Cathedral with oil paintings by Isaac Santacruz and Miguel Astorquiza. The church...
Cathedral Metropolitan Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary  - Manizales’ main place of worship

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Cathedral Metropolitan Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary

The origins of the Cathedral Metropolitan Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary date back to 1927, when the French...
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You can visit Colombia year-round, but rainy seasons usually occur between April and June and between September and November. Due to its tropical climate, the rainy season in Colombia often means brief rainstorms are followed within minutes by beautiful sunshine and blue skies. Similarly, due to...
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Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival   - The city becomes a huge screening room

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Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival

The Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival (FICCI) is held every year in March. This event, which shines a...

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