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List of Colombia Attractions

Museo de Arte Moderno de Cartagena Chapinero Bogota D.C. Bogota Colombia
Los Katios National Park Iglesia de la Concepcion Calle 10 Bogota Bogota Colombia
Isla de MalpeloCasa de Poesia Silva
San Agustin Huila Colombia Zona Rosa Envigado Antioquia Colombia
Tierradentro Estadio El Campin
Taganga Santa Marta Magdalena ColombiaBogota ciudad ecologica
Zona Rosa Envigado Antioquia ColombiaAvenida Chile
Bogota Botanical Garden Carrera 15 Cali Valle del Cauca Colombia
Bolivar Square Parque de la 93
Capitolio Nacional Castillo San Felipe de Barajas
Gold Museum Ciudad Perdida Zona Bananera (Prado Sevilla) Magdalena Colombia
Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira Guatape Antioquia Colombia
San Andres, Archipelago of San Andres ColombiaLaguna de Guatavita
Villa De Leyva Sachica Boyaca ColombiaMuseo Nacional
La Candelaria Bogota Bogota ColombiaBiblioteca Luis Angel Arango
cartagena colombia Cali Valle del Cauca Colombia

Museums in Colombia are one of the popular tourist destinations of the region. Apart from being a major source of entertainment, they also provide ample knowledge on a variety of important things.
This is why one can find most of the international tourists visiting the museums at Colombia so as to gain knowledge about the Latin American land and its people.

There are lots of museums around Colombia which offer an insight into the history, geography, land, vegetation, wildlife, soil, culture, people and society of Colombia.

The country comprises of various types of museums all of which are scattered in all the prime tourist locations of the Latin American country.

The museums of Colombia can be classified under the following five main cities of the country:
City Name Colombia Museums Museum Details
Cartagena Museo de Arte Moderno de Cartagena One of the finest museums in Colombia, it houses some of the ancient Colombian and Latin American paintings.
Pereira Museo de Arte de Pereira It exhibits the modern day Colombian art and also organizes regular exhibitions on various art works.
Bucaramanga Museo de Arte Moderno de Bucaramnaga It exhibits the artistic works of people from Santander province of Colombia as well as the works of other international artists.
Medellin Museo de Antioquia It gathers, preserves and displays the artistic skills of the Antioquia province of Colombia.
Bogota Museo Iglesia de Santa Clara
Colecciones banco de la Republica

Museo del Oro
Museo National de Colombia
It displays the art works of the colonial period in an ancient monastery. The display list comprises of sculptures, paintings, murals. Altarpieces, etc.

It exhibits the art works of the Republic Bank including the extensive documentation of all its collections at Permanent Collection of Fine Arts, Gold Museum, Botero Museum, etc.

It is the gold museum of the Republic Bank and comprises of art works on gold in public display.

It displays items relating to history, archaeology, art, ethnography, etc.

Barranquilla Attractions
Barranquilla possesses a picturesque landscape that attracts tourists from different parts of the world. Barranquilla attractions such as the El Viejo Prado, Zoologico de Barranquilla, Bocas de Ceniza, Puente Pumarejo, etc. enable the tourists to explore the territory of Barranquilla.

Talking about the attractions at Barranquilla, we can name a few attractions in Barranquilla that deserve special mention in this context. To name a few:

Zoologico de Barranquilla - Zoologico de Barranquilla is situated at the heart of the woodland. The zoo contains about 140 species of animals. Many animals housed in the Zoologico de Barranquilla are on the verge of extinction. Some of those animals are condor, manati, eagle, bear, flamingo, etc.

Bocas de Ceniza - Bocas de Ceniza is among the favorite attractions of Barranquilla. It is located about 15 minutes from Barranquilla. Tourists can enjoy the wagon drive throughout the territory and thus can capture the magnanimity of the landscape.

Beaches in Colombia
Beaches in Colombia are the ideal retreats for spending quality time with family and friends. These beaches are away from the hustle and bustle of the crowded cities and towns. Colombia is known for its beautiful and long coastlines and the golden beaches spread over it. Many of the beaches in Colombia are counted amongst the favorite tourist destinations in the Latin American nation.

The maintenance of the beaches around Colombia is the main cause of concern for the government authorities as they attract thousands of tourists every year. The beaches of Colombia have undergone development as most of them comprises of the basic facilities such as restaurants, hotels, cafes, etc.

The Colombian beaches are a delight for travelers who are die-hard fans of water sports as most of the beaches at Colombia have the arrangements for water sports. Some of them are run by the government while some belong to private agencies. These agencies offer guides and trainers for the help of the fresher.

The beaches of Colombia are scattered all across the country. Some of the places that travelers must visit to refresh themselves amidst the picturesque beauty of the beaches are Cartagena, Santa Marta, El Rodadero, Palomino, Playa Blanca, Pozos Colorados, Taganga, EL Laguito, Bocagranade, beaches at San Andres such as freshwater Bay, Sprat Bight, Manzanillo beach and Boquilla beach and many more.

The main attraction of the beaches in Colombia is their crystal clear water along with the variant shades of sand of the beaches. With the government arranging more and more amenities around it, the numbers of the visitors will automatically go up.

Bogota Attractions Colombia
Bogota, also known as the city of contrasts, presents a variety of locations that form an integral part of Bogota attractions. Bogota had once been a colonial city and the different attractions of Bogota reflect the socio-cultural assimilation. Among the major attractions at Bogota are:

Biblioteca Nacional - Biblioteca Nacional was built by Guillermo Wills. Biblioteca Nacional is built in an Art Deco style and is located at a vicinity to Museo de Arte Moderno.

Galeria Cano - Galeria Cano is situated at the center of Bogota and is spread over two expansive rooms. The gallery exhibits an array of beautiful ceramics and jewelry belonging to the pre-Colombian period.

Iglesia de La Candelaria -
Iglesia de La Candelaria is known for its architecture: the altar and the retables of the church are decorated in Spanish-Moorish style. Other notable feature of the church is effigy of Senor de la Buena Esparanza.

Barrio La Candelaria - The city of Bogota was founded at this site. Walking along the Barrio La Candelaria, one might come across a royal street, known as Carrera Septima.

Apilla del Sagrario - Capilla del Sagrario is a chapel that is said to be erected in the 17th Century. Situated towards the southern part of the Cathedral in Plaza de Bolivar, Capilla del Sagrario presents a rich blend of plateresque style and Spanish-Moorish style. These were some of the major sites in Bogota. Some of the other places to visit in Bogota are:
Monuments in Colombia
The monuments in Colombia serve to be one of the most frequently visited and enchanting sightseeing venues in this Latin American country. Apart from being dazzlingly beautiful, these monuments in Colombia also tell the experts about the ancient Colombians and their lifestyle.

The most prominent monuments of Colombia are mentioned below:-
The Monument to Effort or Monumento al Esfuerzo: This monument at Colombia was built by Rodrigo Arenas Betancur in the department of Quindio. This monument was constructed as a tribute to the antioquian colonization and the establishment of the city. This monument bears significant resemblance with the painting ' Horizontes' that was painted by Fransisco Antonio Cano. This particular monument is in the shape of peasants who are aiming towards unknown land in the horizon where they desire to colonize. It stands at approximately 28 feet from the ground and made from bronze. It is present at the main square in Armenia.

Puente de Boyaca : This Bridge was constructed in the first half of the 18th century and declared to be a monument of National importance and a memorial of independence. It is located in the Bogota-Tunja Highway approximately 110 kilometers from the Bogota. There are other monuments near this as well. They include 'The Von Miller monument', Fransisco de Paula Santander statue, 'The Triumph Arch', Flag Square and Liberty Fire.

The Vargas Swamp Lancers or Monumento a los Lanceros was also built by Rodrigo Arenas Betancur. This monument at Colombia was built to commemorate the soldiers who lost their lives in the Vargas Swamp Battle. It is perhaps the biggest monument within Colombia.


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