sculptorSan Felipe de Barajas Castle is a fortress in Cartagena, Colombia. The castle is located in a strategic location on the San Lázaro hill, and is the main passage from land or sea to the city. It was built by the Spanish during the colonial period. Founded in 1536, it was originally called the Castillo de San Lázaro (Castillo de San Lázaro) and was expanded in 1657.
sculptorIglesia de San Pedro Claver is a church located in Cartagena, Colombia. The church and its monastery are located in San Pedro Claver Square. The church is part of a group of religious buildings and is supplemented by the Convent of San Pedro Claver and the Archaeological Museum.
The monastery was established by the Jesuits in the first half of the 17th century. It was called the Monastery of San Ignacio de Loyola. It was later renamed to commemorate the Spanish-born monk Shan Pedro Claver, where he lived and died. This monk was called the "Black Apostle" or "Slave of Slaves", and he served the enslaved people brought from Africa all his life. A series of clear oil paintings in the building tell the story of his life.
新概念Hesitate to go or not to go before going. Later, I thought that Japan had done things that were intolerable by killing and looting. I always have to face some facts so I went. It contains the history of religious trials. There are also many dummies. What is puzzling is that there are female guides. During the colonial era, Christianity was absolute, and heathens were cruelly tortured and converted or killed if they were suspicious. In the gloomy dungeon, his previously murderous breath and breathing will end, no one will be cruel and vicious, and people will feel sick.
sculptorIndian Catalina is an indigenous woman from the Atlantic coast of Colombia. She accompanied Pedro de Heredia and acted as an interpreter and intermediary in the Spanish conquest of Colombia.
Catalina was kidnapped from the local settlement by the Spanish conquistador Diego de Nicuesa in 1509, where she was the daughter of the local chief. She was sent to Santo Domingo, where she learned Spanish and became a Catholic. Pedro asked her to act as a native American translator.
The Catalina Monument in India was carved by Eladio Gil Zambrana and was shown to the public in 1974.
Sarah HsCartagh is a very important coastal city in Colombia, its strategic coastal location, maintaining national security, along the museum next to the high walls still have a lot of cannons and bunkers, is now known as a sightseeing attraction.
Cartagena is such a lively and lovely city!
Colombia is full of loving people that differ from coast to coast! Being able to travel Colombia and explore it's wonders is an amazing opportunity. Anyone that visits South America must stop to enjoy this beach town!
There is boring better than walking around admiring the beautiful architecture of the lively, Carribbean city that is Cartagena!
The people, the culture, the FOOD... a word to the wise: eat the street food!
There’s no better snack than patacones con queso!!⠀
In Colombia, frying a patacone is like a work of art, it takes know-how to fry it to that crispy on the outside, soft on the inside perfection. Plus you’ve got to get the flavour right too.⠀
Patacones are made from plantain that is first fried in oil until golden brown, then drained and flattened to form a patty before being fried again. You can have a range of toppings or accompaniments with a patacone - it all depends on where you’re eating it - but the usual street side version sees a block of light, fresh cheese topping the warm plantain “toast”.
if you’re looking a for a vibrant colorful city but still want to enjoy a beautiful beach then Cartagena in COlombis is the place you must visit!! #happynewyear #couplestrip #instagramworthydestinations
The streets of Cartagena still have that colonial Spanish style, so you can enjoy it’s history but also relax in the sea, staying in hotels in islands like Barú. #happynewyear #cartagena #historicallandmarks
amazing beach and great people in Cartagena, beautiful places and hotels too. come here if you want to enjoy South America and the Caribbean Sea too. #happynewyear #cartagena #colombia
In the streets of El Centro and San Diego, the streets are full of crowded pizzerias and casual taverns serving Colombian staple food. Fine wine bar, cocktail bar in the carnival party atmosphere, will be open until late at night.
Cartagena is a romantic city where you can do a lot of romantic things.
Walk around the ancient city, be a Spanish colonial, or stroll through the city walls, have a drink, or stroll along the promenade outside the ancient city.
Or order a cup of authentic Colombian coffee in the espresso cafe, killing time... The city is colorful and stylish, and people's wear reflects the enthusiasm for life.
The street is full of Latin-style music, selling a fruity aunt, with blue sky and white clouds, instantly infected by the rich Latin Caribbean style.
If you want to buy some local specialties, you can go shopping at Las Bovedas Crafts Street.
San Trinity Square is the heart of the fashion paradise. Many people have a leisurely beer here, listen to street musicians, and sip local beers to eat the toasted tortillas in the nearby food stalls.
There is a street Bohemian way known for its graffiti walls, which is a good place to take pictures.
Create a Latin-style country in Colombia.
"This country has a foot in history, and one foot has entered the legend"
Cartagena is Colombia's largest port, world cultural heritage, and Colombia The tourist destination with the most foreign tourists, Cartagena's old town is densely decorated with Spanish-style two- or three-story buildings, and the balcony is decorated with colorful flowers and plants.
The impression of the city is largely due to the work written by Marquez: Love in the Cholera Period. Part of the story comes from the love history of Marquez's parents, and the other part comes from his life experience in Cartagena. The city also has a super high value.
In the streets of El Centro and San Diego, there are flower-filled balconies, Spanish-style churches, looming in the lush tree shadows.
This city is the starting point for Marquez's writing career. Hotels, pawnshops, cafes, parks in "Love in Cholera" can find prototypes here.
Interestingly, many doors have their own door knockers, and the various shapes represent the different identities of the house owner.
This is a treasure trove of cultural relics, retaining a unique architectural style - two-story building in the colonial period, a three-story house in the Republican period, and a wooden balcony on the street for sheltering the wind from the street. Sun, there is an endless tile roof.
The various styles of iron artwork in the city fully reflect the local culture.