Medellin Images

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Medellin, Colombia
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Portrait of Marshal Jorge Robledo (Source)
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San Ignacio Church, an example of colonial architecture in Colombia. (Source)
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El Poblado, a wealthy southern district, is one of Colombias most important urban and economic centers. (Source)
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La Alpujarra offices the mayor of the city and the governor of the Antioquia department. (Source)
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Former headquarters of Argos Company, the first cement industrial group of Colombia.[45] (Source)
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Spain Library, located in the 1st commune. (Source)
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Point Zero Bridge, decorated with a plumb-bob, symbolizes the center of the city. (Source)
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Plaza Cisneros (Source)
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Engineering School, National University of Colombia. (Source)
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Central Library of Pontifical Bolivarian University. (Source)
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Western Tunnel, the longest and most modern tunnel of Latin America. (Source)
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Trams returned in Medellin in 2015 after an absence of 64 years. (Source)
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Rafael Uribe Uribe Palace of Culture (Source)
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La Raza Monument, by Rodrigo Arenas Betancur. It is located in La Alpujarra Administrative Center. (Source)
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Plaza Botero, in the background the Museum of Antioquia (Source)
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Christmas Lighting on La Playa Avenue in 2011. (Source)
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An example of a silleta at the Festival of the Flowers. (Source)
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Inside the Museum of Antioquia (Source)
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Museum El Castillo (Source)
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Tomb of Saint Laura Montoya Upegui. (Source)
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San Pedro Cemetery Museum (Source)
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The bandeja paisa is the representative food of the city and the department of Antioquia. (Source)
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Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex (Source)
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