Las Bóvedas Market
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Celdas de un antiguo calabozo del siglo XVIII que ahora albergan tiendas donde se venden recuerdos coloridos.
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Place where you get all kinds of souvenirs and emerald. Lugar donde consigues todo tipo de suvenires y esmeralda.
Las Bovedas is tourist spot which it used to be a military bunkers. Now a day's is an artesianal shopping place.
treasures, weapons and slaves were kept in these safes! today you can shop and buy some crafts
Arts and crafts typical from Cartagena Colombia Se ve mucha artesania Colombiana
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“The temple is part of a set of religious buildings that are complemented by the Cloister of San Pedro Claver and the archaeological museum. It was built between 1580 and 1654, under the parameters of colonial constructions. It was originally known as the church of San Juan de Dios, since 1622 it was called the church of San Ignacio de Loyola and nowadays it is called San Pedro Claver. Due to its historical significance, architectural and cultural value, the temple was declared a National Monument on November 2, 1995.”
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“Very good food and cheap! They have a lot of menu offer! Muy buena comida y economica! Tienen muchas opciones de menu.”
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“If you come here I recommend choosing pizza. It is thin and crunchy as the old typical Italian recipe you find in Naples. Great price and great environment. There are two DiSilvios one in Bocagrande and one in Getsemani, I recommend the one in Getsemani”
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“The Convento de la Popa tour provides the best views of the entire city as it sits on the highest hill in Cartagena. The religious complex dates back to 1607, when the original wooden chapel and palm of the Popa was erected. By 1612 construction of the convent was completed. Every February the feast of the Virgen de la Candelaria de La Popa is celebrated. From the dawn of February 2, crowds of devotees make a pilgrimage on foot to the top of the hill of la Popa. ”
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