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Diagonal Plaza de Bolivar Marsella, Marsella Colombia
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CANO0991 wrote a review Mar 2019
Pereira, Colombia229 contributions4 helpful votes
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I found it as the best Cultural House of all the coffee region of Colombia because of the hard work that the administration of Marsella had made to give and keep on going this magnificent place for the kids principally and for all kinds of people. It presents to be really big house with all the options of games, music, arts, reading and other things to develop the mentality of all the people that are interested. This big and magnificent Cultural House of Marsella gives you also the option the learn about the history of Marsella as it presents over the balconys lots of antiques of the 1800s and 1900s. You can see lots of photos of how Marsella developed over the years and also you can see some antiques like piano's, books, register machines, tools, guns, swords, chairs, irons and more things like this that are really well conserved. This is a obligatory place to come if you come to Marsella.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Sjoerd Vanderbrug wrote a review Mar 2017
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When you visit a place in Colombia, especially the small 'pueblos', go into their Casa de la Cultura. These small local museums tells you a lot about about the local history and details of the people of that place. Very interesting and there is always a possibility to talk with one of the, mostly, volunteers who are running the Casa de la Cultura. They love to tell you the stories.......!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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