Columbia

Columbia is the female embodiment of the United States and the Columbia Rediviva ship, which gave its name to the Columbia River. The District of Columbia is named after the embodiment, just like the conventional enthusiastic psalm "Hail Columbia", which is the official bad habit presidential song of praise of the Columbia is a New Latin toponym being used since the 1730s for the Thirteen Colonies. It was additionally a chronicled name used to depict the Americas and the New World. It has offered ascend to the names of numerous people, places, items, foundations and organizations; for instance: Columbia University, the District of Columbia (the national capital of the United Pictures of the Statue of Liberty to a great extent uprooted embodied Columbia as the female image of the United States by around 1920, despite the fact that the name it received from Italian pilgrim Christopher Columbus and from the consummation, basic in Latin names of nations (paralleling Britannia, Gallia, and others).


Rafael Uribe Palace of Culture

The Rafael Uribe Palace of Culture is an open structure in Medellín, Colombia that houses social projects identified with the Department of Antioquia, for example, shows, meetings, and workmanship displays. Belgian draftsman Agustín Goovaerts structured the structure in a Gothic Revival style. The royal residence was named after Rafael Uribe, a General for the Colombian Liberal Party. The Palace of Culture is today viewed as a National Monument of Colombia and is unreservedly open to the general population. It houses the Institute of Culture and Heritage of Antioquia. Guests approach the recorded and photographical file, music and sound file, bistro, library, documentation focus, perpetual craftsmanship display, and "Rafael Uribe" Museum room. The enormous arch situated in the structure is likewise utilized as a hall and a projection room and can be utilized to watch films.


Joaquin Antonio Uribe Botanical Garden

The Joaquin Antonio Uribe Botanical Garden of Medellín, more just known as the Botanical Garden of Medellín, is a 14-hectare greenhouse in Medellín, Colombia. The greenhouse has 4,500 blossoms and 139 recorded flying creature species. It has a significant assortment of orchids saved in a building space called the "Orchideorama". The passageway structure to the professional flowerbed was planned by Lorenzo Castro and Ana Elvira Vélez. The nursery incorporates a butterfly house, prickly plant garden, display spaces, library, and lake. An arrangement to make an extra structure was dismissed and a challenge for neighborhood engineers was concocted to think of another structure for the recreation center. This structure was together planned by Plan B Architects and JPRCR Architects. It is a wood meshwork shade with ten hexagonal blossom tree structures that gather water and safe house an orchid assortment and butterfly holds.


Caño Cristales

Caño Cristales is a Colombian stream situated in the Serrania de la Macarena territory of Meta and is a tributary of the Guayabero River. The stream is usually called the "Waterway of Five Colors" or the "Fluid Rainbow," and is noted for its striking hues. The bed of the stream from the finish of July through November is differently shaded yellow, green, blue, dark, and particularly red, the last brought about by Macarenia clavigera plants on the riverbed. Caño Cristales is a quick streaming waterway with numerous rapids and cascades. Little roundabout pits known as mammoth's pots can be found in numerous pieces of the riverbed, which have been shaped by stones or lumps of harder rocks. When one of these harder stone sections can be categorized as one of the holes, it is turned by the water momentum and starts to cut at the depression, expanding the elements of the pit.


Tayrona National Natural Park

The Tayrona National Natural Park is an ensured territory in the Colombian northern Caribbean area and inside the ward of the city of Santa Marta, 34 kilometers (21 mi) from the downtown area. The recreation center displays a biodiversity endemic to the territory of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain run, including an assortment of atmospheres and geology that reaches from bone-dry ocean level to 900 meters above ocean level. The recreation center covers around 30 square kilometers of oceanic territory in the Caribbean Sea and roughly 150 square kilometers) of land. It was the second most visited national park in Colombia in 2012, with 293,502 guests. The Tayrona National Park was made by the 191st Law of the Colombian Institute for Agrarian Reform (INCORA), to ensure the security of the area.


Bolívar Square

The Bolívar Square is the fundamental square of the Colombian capital Bogotá. The square, recently called Plaza Mayor until 1821 and Plaza de la Constitución, is situated in the core of the authentic region of the city and hosts a statue of Simón Bolívar, etched in 1846 by the Italian Pietro Tenerani, which was the primary open landmark in the city. The historical backdrop of Bolívar Square dates to the pre-Columbian time, when the site was a piece of the Muisca Confederation. The primary structure on the square, a crude church building, was developed in 1539, a year after the establishment of the Colombian capital. During the Spanish pilgrim time frame, Bolívar Square was the phase for bazaar acts, open markets and bullfights. The square is encompassed by recorded structures; the Palace of Justice is situated on the northern edge and the National Capitol fringes the square in the south.


National Museum of Colombia

The National Museum of Colombia is the National Museum of Colombia lodging assortments on its history, workmanship, culture. Situated in Bogotá downtown is the greatest and most seasoned gallery in Colombia. The National Museum of Colombia is a reliance of the Colombian Ministry of Culture. The National Museum is the most seasoned in the nation and one of the most seasoned in the landmass, worked in 1823. Its post engineering is worked in stone and block. The plant incorporates curves, arches and segments framing a kind of Greek traverse which 104 jail cells are appropriated, with strong divider façade. It was referred to as the Panóptico and filled in as a jail until 1946. In 1948, the structure was adjusted for National Museum and reestablished in 1975. The historical center houses an assortment of more than 20,000 pieces including gems and items speaking to various national history periods.

Address: Carrera 7 No. 28–66, between Calles 28 and 29 Centro Internacional, Bogota, 110311, Colombia
Visiting Hours: 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
Entry Fees: Adults 3000 Colombian Peso Children 2000 Colombian Peso Below 5 years and People above 60 years Free

Salt Cathedral

The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is an underground Roman Catholic church worked inside the passages of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a halite mountain close to the city of Zipaquirá. It is a vacationer goal and spot of journey in the nation. The sanctuary at the base has three segments, speaking to the birth, life, and demise of Jesus. The symbols, trimmings and structural subtleties are hand cut in the halite rock. The Salt Cathedral is viewed as one of the most remarkable accomplishments of Colombian engineering, being depicted as a "Gem of Modern Architecture". The church speaks to an important social, natural and strict patrimony for the Colombian individuals. The basilica is a working church that gets upwards of 3,000 guests on Sundays, however it has no religious administrator and, in this way, no official status as a house of God in Catholicism.


Las Lajas Sanctuary

Las Lajas Sanctuary is a basilica church situated in the southern Colombian Department of Nariño, in the district of Ipiales, and is worked inside the gorge of the Guáitara River. The present church was worked in a Gothic Revival style somewhere in the range of 1916 and 1949, occupying an all-out time span of 33 years to manufacture. The name Laja originates from the name of a sort of level sedimentary stone like shale and record. The Las Lajas Sanctuary in southwest Colombia has made a name for its staggering design and a progression of legends including the presence of the Holy Virgin and a puzzling Situated in the southwestern Colombian province of Nariño, the Las Lajas Sanctuary sits on a 130 feet tall scaffold worked over the Guaitara stream at under seven miles from the Ecuadorian outskirt. The neo-Gothic church was raised by admirers somewhere in the range of 1916 and 1953 and supplanted a place of worship previously inherent the mid-eighteenth century.

Address: Santuario De Las Lajas, Potosí, Las Lajas, Ipiales, Nariño, Colombia
Visiting Hours: 06:00 am to 08:00 pm
Entry Fees: Adults 3000 Colombian Peso Children 2000 Colombian Peso Below 5 years and People above 60 years Free
Phone: +57 2 7754428

Providencia Island

Isla de Providencia, truly Old Providence, and by and large known as Providencia, is a rocky Caribbean island part of the Colombian division of Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina Islands, lying halfway between Costa Rica and Jamaica. The Providencia Island has 17 square kilometers, the two islands spread a zone of 22 square kilometers (8.5 sq mi) and the distinct structure of Santa Isabel, which had a populace of 4,927 at the Census of 2005. Santa Catalina and the region of Providencia and Santa Catalina Islands, lying halfway between Costa Rica and Jamaica. Providencia's most extreme rise is 360 meters (1,180 ft) above ocean level. The littler Santa Catalina Island is towards the northwest and is associated by 100 meters (330 ft) footbridge to its bigger sister Providencia Island. The island is served by El Embrujo Airport, which the Colombian Government intends to grow to take universal flights.


Cathedral of Cartagena

The Cathedral of Cartagena in Colombia, formally the Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, is situated in the noteworthy focus of Cartagena. It is the episcopal see of the Archbishop of Cartagena de India’s, one of the most established episcopal finds in the Americas. The house of God is committed to Saint Catherine of Alexandria. The church building was planned by ace developer Simón González, displayed after basilicas in Andalusia and the Canary Islands. The present pinnacle was structured by French modeler Gastón Lelarge, the aftereffect of renovating in the mid twentieth century. Development started in 1577, supplanting an unassuming house of prayer of straw and reeds. In 1586, while the congregation was still under development, it was assaulted by the English privateer Francis Drake, which caused extreme harm and postponed its fruition.


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