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Cartagena de Indias - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Cartagena de Indias, oficialmente Distrito Turístico, Histórico y Cultural de Cartagena, es una ciudad colombiana y capital del departamento de Bolívar. Fue fundada el 1.º de junio de 1533 por Pedro de Heredia. Desde 1991 Cartagena es un Distrito Turístico, Histórico y Cultural. La ciudad está localizada a orillas del mar Caribe.

Castillo San Felipe de Barajas

The Castillo San Felipe de Barajas is a fortress in the city of Cartagena, Colombia. The castle is located on the Hill of San Lázaro in a strategic location, dominating approaches to the city by land or sea. It was built by the Spanish during the colonial era.

Islas Corales del Rosario

Las islas del Rosario (o Corales del Rosario) es un pequeño archipiélago formado por unas 28 islas, que es parte de la zona insular de Cartagena de indias, con una superficie terrestre de 20 héctareas (0,20 km²) ubicado frente a las costas del Departamento de Bolívar, a la misma latitud que la península de Barú.

Cartagena Cathedral, Colombia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Cathedral of Cartagena in Colombia, officially the Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Saint Catherine of Alexandria ( Spanish: Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de Santa Catalina de Alejandría), is located in the historic centre of Cartagena. It is the episcopal see of the Archbishop of Cartagena de Indias, one of the oldest episcopal sees in the Americas.

El Totumo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

El Totumo Mud Volcano ( Spanish: Volcán de Lodo El Totumo) is a mud volcano located in northern Colombia in the municipality of Santa Catalina. A local tourist destination, popular for its alleged healing mud-bath, it receives most of its visitors from nearby Cartagena.

Naval Museum of The Caribbean, Cartagena, Colombia

The Naval Museum of the Caribbean Cartagena, Colombia THE NAVAL MUSEUM OF THE CARIBBEAN, in Cartagena, Colombia, is located in the 16th. Century area within the walled city, and between the bastion of San Francisco Javier and the Monastery, Museum and Church of San Pedro Claver.

Las Bóvedas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Las Bóvedas (The Vaults) are a structure in the Old City of Cartagena in Colombia, attached to the walls. The Caribbean Sea is visible from the top of the structure. They were built as dungeons. They are located between the forts of Santa Clara and Santa Catalina.

Palace of Inquisition

The Palace of Inquisition, also known as the Inquisition Palace, ( Spanish: Palacio de la Inquisición) is an eighteenth-century torture chamber situated in the Colombian city of Cartagena. Finished around 1770, it serves as a museum showcasing the torture equipment used, as well as other historical artefacts.

Karibana Cartagena

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