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Top 10 places in Bogota
Our app features the history of 49 monuments and great sites including places to discover Bogota. Here is a selection of the top 10 monuments of the city, with an extract of the texts available in the application and written by our teams of specialists. For full content, download our Android and iPhone Guide and start creating your travel journal for your stay at Bogota
It is the main square of the city; It is surrounded by many administrative and other buildings: Palacio de Justicia, Capitol, Catedrale Primada, Casa del "Cabildo Eclesiástico", Capilla del Sagrario, Palacio Arzobispal, Palacio Liévano (Bogota City Hall), Colegio Mayor of San Bartolomé,... Read more
Fernando Botero was born in Medellin in 1932, and since 1958 he has been continuously successful. In 1960, he began to collect, first pre-Columbian objects, then colonial art and finally drawings, paintings and sculptures. These works were scattered in his apartments in New York, Paris, Montecarlo,... Read more
The Bolívar farm is a colonial-type house-museum, interesting from an architectural point of view, and also because Bolívar lived there after the independence of the country previously called New Kingdom of Granada. The house was built around 1680 not far from Montserrat; in 1819 it was quite... Read more
The land of this park was part of a hacienda that belonged to José Joaquín Vargas ; The latter donated it to several charities when he died in 1936. The park was started in 1966. It is actually made up of several parks. The Simón Bolívar Central Park is the main green area of ??the large park;... Read more
The exterior of this seventeenth-century church, built on the plans of Matias de Santiago, is very simple: the material is elementary and its baroque style only appears above the entrance door and on the small belfry . The interior structure is also very simple: a single rectangular nave, few... Read more
The museum is housed in the former temple of the Royal Convent of Santa Clara, which dates from 1647. It has a large collection of paintings and sculptures from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. which cover almost all of the two side walls. There are many works by Gregorio Vásquez from Arce... Read more
The current courthouse is the third in the history of Colombia. The first was a neoclassical building designed by the architect Pablo de la Cruz: it was built between 1921 and 1927, but was destroyed by a fire in 1948 during the "Bogotazo", popular revolt triggered by the assassination of... Read more
It is the seat of the National Congress, the most important legislative branch in Colombia. It was designed by Dane Thomas Reed and was built between 1848 and 1926 by several architects: it is a very beautiful neoclassical building. Entirely made of stone, it has 3 floors and a basement, 4 interior... Read more
It is a neoclassical building built between 1807 and 1823 on the drawings of Fray Domingo de Petres ; This is the 4th cathedral built in the same place. It has three naves of the same height, side chapels on each side and a central chapel. The lantern and the dome are at the crossroads of the... Read more
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