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The building was half built by a Belgian who left in the middle of the project. Apparently they never finished it, built a wall, and called it a day. It’s a beautiful building and has all the statues surrounding it.
A Palace with fat statues in front of it. Get there early if you are trying to take picture with the statues, too many people in the afternoon. Try to make it to the top of the palace too, pretty cool view. Take care of...More
The building itself is the most interesting part of the visit. There are also exhibition rooms on the main floor. The day we were there we enjoyed an exhibit of colorful umbrellas coordinated with beautiful paintings. Very enjoyable. As for the building, you can climb...More
While walking in Medellin I accidentally bumped into this building and it catched my eye inmediately, later on we discovered they have a small museum inside and no entrance fee, you only have to sign up a paper to register your visit and that is...More
The entrance is free and you can go up to a panoramic area where you can take nice pictures and see Plaza Botero from up there. The other floors contains government offices and here and there information about the building. The ground floor hosts some...More
We toured through this architecturally unique building which was once a "City Hall" and is now used as a Palace of Culture. Only problem was the amount of staircases, which made it physically difficult for some of us older members of the group.