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We went to the Cathedral at 1 only to find out it did not open in the afternoon until 3. So we went to a museum and walked around. Got to the Cathedral on our way out of the walled city. Beautiful and simple large...More
This is one of the most magnificent historic churches in the country and an iconic symbol of Cartagena. It is gran inside and out, beautifully maintained, and has a striking exterior. I was a little taken aback by the apparent lack of dress code here,...More
The tower of the Cathedral can be seen from afar dominating the skyline and at night it is illuminated.
The church has a fine doorway and is simply decorated in the interior with elegant arcades sustaining the central nave.
Construction of this chuurch began in...More
We visited the Cathedral on our walking tour around Cartagena and the interior of the Catedral was stunning. This was built in late 1500s and completed in 1600s.
A very serene place and well worth a visit..
The Catedral de Santa Catalina dominates the skyline in the old, walled city section of Cartagena. Built in the late 1500s and finished in the early 1600s, the cathedral is known by several names, including the Cathedral of Cartagena, the Cathedral of Santa Catalina, and...More
Visiting the Walled City at night is a must .... if only to see the tower of the Cathedral illuminated. Absolutely incredible. (We stayed in Marabella about two miles east, and the tower was like a beacon over the Old City.) The Colonial-era churches and...More
A great experience ... amazing place ... shocking history....totally recommended in Alexandria.... very good people .. great thanks to the public relation representative , must visit to see for yourself the sacred body of Santa Sabina.... and the tomb of the last king of Italy.
If you arrive at Cartagena at night, you will definitely see this beautifully illuminated cathedral from many points in the walled city. It will be a part of your visit the next day. Cartagena was destroyed by the famous pirate, Sir (!) Francis Drake in...More
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Address: Calle de los Santos de Piedra, Carrera 4, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar, Colombia
Want you marry there? It can be marvelouse place for the wedding :) And warm LOL