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The National Capitol of Colombia is one of the main architectural "pieces" that complete the Plaza de Bolivar composition. A neoclassical building with a double row of Ionic columns, the structure houses the Colombian Congress. While it is not open to the public, one can...More
Is a building on Bolivar Square which was completed in 1926. The mural of the Elliptic chamber National Congress Building is considered the most important fresco in the country and the artist's main masterpiece.
This should be on the list of places to visit when you are in Bogota. It is a part of Plaza de Bolivar, in the centro historico (historic district) and deserves anyone's attention. The massive architecture and the style of the building is impressive. European...More
It's an old building like so many others but once you get into the story if the building, the city, the country everything is a lot more interesting. There is always some people gathered and petitioning for something in a very local, different way...