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Santa Fe de Antioquia

People Heritage of Colombia

Santa Fe de Antioquia, a national monument of majestic beauty, adorned with its beautiful cobblestone streets where the beautiful Mother City is cultivated and captivated. Founded by Marshal Jorge Robledo in the Ebéjico Valley, located to the south of the town of Peque, 4 of December of 1541.

We recommend you visit the following historical attractions:

Metropolitan Cathedral Inmaculada Concepción

Neoclassical renaissance Spanish style. Built in 1797 – 1847, inside it has Ionic, Corinthian and Tuscan columns, the tower measures 45 mt, was a prison for priests.

Mass schedules:
Sundays and holidays: 8:00 am, 10:00 am and 7:00 pm.

Juan del Corral Museum

Colonial style. It has a rich collection that offers history from pre-Hispanic times to the republican era.

It offers its own and visitors a meeting with the arts and cultural news.

Our Lady of Chiquinquirá

Neoclassical style with Baroque details. Built in 1868 by Captain Mateo de Castrillón. It owns a room that was prison of Clérigos, known like “Hermitage of the Martyrs”.

Mass Schedule:
Monday and Saturday 7:00 pm – Sundays 6:00 am.

Juan Antonio Mon and Velarde Consistorial Palace

Built in 1787 by order of the oídor Mon and Velarde, restored 5 times, there signed the act of the province of Antioquia on August 11, 1803. It was the seat of the government and now administrative headquarters and municipal councilors.

Jesus Nazarene Church

Neoclassical style with Baroque details. Built in 1828 and rebuilt in 1837.

Mass times:
Monday to Friday 7:30 pm – Saturday 5:00 and 7:30 pm Sundays 12:00 pm and 7:30 pm.

Santa Barbara Church

Date of the year 1795. It was initiated by the Jesuits and finished by Juan Pablo Pérez de Rublas. Popular baroque style, brick, stone and real mix. It is called The grandmother of the churches of the province of Antioquia.

Mass schedules:
Sundays and holidays: 8:00 am, 10:00 am and 7:00 pm.

West Bridge

It measures 291 mt. Cross the river cauca; Unites the municipality of Olaya with Santa Fe de Antioquia. Cataloged marvel of modern engineering built by engineer José María Villa. By law 25 of December 25, 1978 was declared a National Monument.

The House of the Two Palms

Located in Hacienda Juan Blanco, El Espinal trail. It was property of Mr. Juan Esteban Martínez Ferreiro, who proclaimed the absolute Independence of Antioquia.

Trail to the Tonusco River

Meet the house of the two palms leaving on our path to the river Tonusco.

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