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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

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

  • San Felipe Castle

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

  • Clock Tower Gate

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

  • 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.

  • Bocagrande

    This is a modern neighbourhood popular among tourists because of its restaurants, bars and beaches. It is called „Big Mouth“.

  • Palace of the Inqusition

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

  • San Diego

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

  • Plaza San Pedro Claver

    Formerly known as Plaza de San Ignacio, it has been recently renamed after a missionary who helped African slaves.

  • House of Gabriel García Márquez

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

  • Getsemaní

    One of the oldest parts of the town is gorgeous but can be quite dangerous for tourists. Enjoy the view and stay safe!

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