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Address: Av. Daniel Lemaitre
Cartagena, Bolivar, Colombia
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Cartagena Colombia Wedding In February
Cartagena   |   February, 2018   |   Attraction

"Famous walled city landmark"

Cartagena De Indias Wedding In November
Cartagena   |   November, 2013   |   Attraction

"Torre del Reloj, one of Cartagena's most recognized architectural sites. From there, you'll find yourself in the Plaza de los Coches, where you can buy traditional Colombian and Cartagenian candy and sweets at the Portal de Los Dulces. Next head down Calle de la Amargura, past La Plaza de La Aduana (stop here if you're looking for tourist information), to La Plaza de San Pedro, where you can visit the Iglesia/Claustro/Museo San Pedro Claver, constructed in 1580, as well as the Museo de Arte Moderno, a decent modern-art museum right off the square."

Cartagena Wedding In May
Cartagena   |   May, 2012   |   Attraction

"The Caribbean plains of northern Colombia have been inhabited by various societies for the past 11,000 years. Groups of hunters and gatherers, agricultural societies, potters and goldsmiths all took full advantage of the richness and variety of the natural environment. Around 200 B.C., this region was progressively settled by agricultural communities and goldsmiths, who as time passed, came to form Zenú societies. At the time of the Conquest in the 16th century, the Zenúes shared this territory with indigenous groups from the River Magdalena. The mixing of indigenous, white and African populations from this time onwards has led to the ethnic richness that is so typical of Colombia's Caribbean region today. The Zenú Gold Museum tells the story of the goldworking settlements of the plains, their development, and their extraordinary legacy."

Maria and Alex's Wedding
Cartagena   |   February, 2011   |   Attraction

"Originally called the Boca del Puente, this was the main gateway to the inner walled town and was linked to Getsemaní (the outer walled town) by a drawbridge over the moat. The side arches of the gate, which are now open as walkways, were previously used as a chapel and armory. The republican-style tower, complete with a four-sided clock, was added in 1888"

Cartagena   |   July, 2012   |   Attraction

Cartagena Wedding In June
Cartagena   |   June, 2012   |   Attraction


Museo del Oro

Av. Daniel Lemaitre
Cartagena, Bolivar, Colombia

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