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Reclining Woman Statue

Mujer Reclinada

The statue of a woman was given to Cartagena by a famous Colombian artist Fernando Botero. It is made of bronze.

Calle 35, Cartagena De Indias, Bolivar, Colombia

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Attractions near to Reclining Woman Statue

  • Cartagena Walls, Cartagena

    Cartagena Walls

    When Francis Drake attacked Cartagena, the local people built fortifications to protect the town. They are part of UNESCO heritage.

  • San Diego, Cartagena

    San Diego

    Another historical neigbourhood in the oldest part of Cartagena. Get carried away by buildings with beautiful architecture!

  • Calle Santo Domingo, Cartagena

    Calle Santo Domingo

    In this area, you can go to look for fun, to shop or just to eat some food. There are vendors on the street offering traditional goods.

  • San Felipe Castle, Cartagena

    San Felipe Castle

    Construction of this castle began in 16th century. It has thick fortifications around and stands on San Lazaro hill.

  • Cartagena Cathedral, Cartagena

    Cartagena Cathedral

    One of the most important churches in Cartagena looks like fortress. It is dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria.

  • Tunnels of Cartagena, Cartagena

    Tunnels of Cartagena

    There are many tunnels hidden under the historic parts of Cartagena, mainly in San Felipe Castle. Enjoy the adventure!

  • Clock Tower Gate, Cartagena

    Clock Tower Gate

    A main entrance to the historical part of Cartagena. It is an old tower with four-sided clock added later.

  • House of Gabriel García Márquez, Cartagena

    House of Gabriel García Márquez

    A famous author and journalist lived in Cartagena and studied at local university. This house presents his life.

  • Palace of the Inqusition, Cartagena

    Palace of the Inqusition

    In this place, people accused of witchcraft were tortured and burnt to death. Now, the building serves as historical museum.

  • El Centro, Cartagena

    El Centro

    One of the historical neigbourhoods in Cartagena is a part of historic district. It is infamous for cocaine smuggling.

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