The Palace of the Inquisition (Palace of the Inquisition) was the seat of the Sanctuary of the Inquisition in Cartagena in the 18th century and is now located in modern-day Colombia. It was completed around 1770 and is currently a museum displaying historical artifacts.
We traveled by boat, using the same guide from beginning to end. After getting off the bus, we walked through a few blocks in the city to "Plaza Bolivar". Meet our English-speaking guide here. We continued forward through the gate to the Justice Square. The square was renovated and looked beautiful. I saw a lot of exciting scenery, but the most exciting is the torture room, where I took a lot of photos. I found a very beautiful parrot and took a picture with it for a dollar. It was amazing. I highly recommend to everyone to travel here, but I saw many people say that they can't find an English speaking tour guide. My tour guide discovered it during the trip, I think this is probably the secret. It was really hot and humid there, and it was really comfortable in the shade. I enjoyed this trip very much and of course will come again.
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.
The Inquisition (Palacio de la Inquisicion) is an example of colonial architecture in the 1870s, with suspended balconies and magnificent Baroque gates. Today it has become a museum displaying pottery and other artworks.
The Inquisition (Palaciodela Inquisicion) is an example of colonial architecture in the 1870s, with suspended balconies and magnificent Baroque gates. Today it has become a museum displaying pottery and other artworks
Even those who can speak Spanish should pay attention to the details when reading the description on the exhibits. Many of the exhibits read "This object has not been used in Cartagena", so although the museum is about the grand interrogation, But the real thing was introduced, which is puzzling. Maybe you should hire a tour guide, there are so many in the lobby. The building is beautiful, but I don’t know if the entrance fee is worth it.