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Plaza de la Aduana (Custom's Square) is one of the largest open spaces in Old Cartagena. On one side are the imposing walls and at the center you have a statue of Christopher Columbus alongside an indigenous woman.
The principal building overlooking the square is...More
This actually means Customs Square and it used to be the place where they presented and sold the slaves from Africa.
Now the UNESCO sign is here. Cartagena is one of the oldest cities to be accepted as a world heritage city in 1984.
This is the biggest plaza in the walled city which is nice for events, but otherwise there isn't much to see. Just a place to walk through on your way elsewhere. For more info visit etbtravelphotography
As you turn the corner from the Plaza de los Coches, you encounter another one of Cartagena's historic square. This one features the big building which originally housed the Royal Customs House where goods entering the city from the port are processed and customs paid....More
As the title reveals, this is the place where the old Customs House used to be, where incoming goods were taxed. It is now the City Hall. It is a short walk from the Clock Tower, on your way to San Pedro Claver Square, and...More