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Words cannot describe how pleasantly peaceful, serene and beautiful the ruinas de engombe are. These ancient ruins which includes a palace , church and another few unknown buildings that I am not aware of are truly magical.
Getting there is easy by the 6 de Noviembre Highway, just before the toll plaza. The access road is little bumby, but once you get there you will forget that.
The complex is nice and restored. Is an acient colonial sugarmill with a big house,...More
These ancient ruins are hard to find and are located within the Mirador Oeste Park. The name Engombe comes from the African Bantu language word “ngombe”, meaning “cattle” or “cow”. In the 16th century the palace was owned by the Genoese Pedro Vázquez de Mella...More