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“The Museum of Antioquia (Museo de Antioquia) is an art museum in Medellín. It houses a large collection of works by Medellín native Fernando Botero and Pedro Nel Gómez. It was the first museum established in Antioquia department and the second in Colombia. The museum is located in the center of Medellín on the Botero Plaza near the Berrío Park metro station.”
“ It is an incredible theme park, about animals, astronomy, and many other things, great to also go with children. Es un parque temático increíble, sobre animales, astronomía y muchas otras cosas, ideal para ir también con niños.”
“Pueblito Paisa located at the top of Nutibara Hill. Nice spot for a good view of the city, get some refreshments and eat some local delicacies. It's a traditional point of interest for national tourists.”
“LOVE LOVE this place. Even if you don't like modern art, this is a must see in my opinion as the local park out back is full of an amazing and very positive energy... depending on the day, you'll find everything from great local street food vendors to impromptu dance recitals. Worth a visit. ”
“Botero Plaza, surrounded by the Museum of Antioquia and the Rafael Uribe Uribe Palace of Culture, is a 7,000 m2 outside park that displays 23 sculptures by Colombian artist Fernando Botero, who donated these and several other artworks for the museum's renovation in 2004. The plaza is located in an area of Medellín, Colombia known as the "Old Quarter".”
“Is a Gothic-style castle. beautiful gardens and an amazing view of Medellin city. The museum preserves art by colombian masters. the museum also offers a small cafe for refreshments and snacks”