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Gabriel García Márquez Cultural Center is a place dedicated to culture, in the historic center of Bogota , locality of La Candelaria . In 2003 the Economic Culture Fund commissioned the architect Rogelio Salmona the design of a cultural center that would house the library of the Mexican publishing, one of his last works, includes courtyards distributed with small falls and water channels, and a laborious use of concrete and brick.

The Botero Museum located in Bogotá, Colombia houses one of Latin America’s most important international art collections. It sees 500,000 visitors annually, around 1,000 daily, and of those 2,000 students per month. Being in La Candelaria neighborhood of Bogotá, the museum is within close proximity to other important landmarks like the Luis Ángel Arango Library and the Gold Museum of Bogotá.

The Gold Museum (Spanish: El Museo del Oro) is a famous museum located in Bogotá, Colombia. It is one of the most visited touristic highlights of Colombia. The museum displays a selection of pre-Columbian gold and other metal alloys, such as tumbaga, work — the biggest collection in the world — in its exhibition rooms on the second and third floors. Together with pottery, stone, shell, wood and textile archaeological objects, these items, made of what to indigenous cultures…

La Candelaria is a historic neighborhood in downtown Bogotá, Colombia. It is the equivalent to the Old City in other cities. The architecture of the old houses, churches and buildings has Spanish Colonial, Baroque and art deco styles. It houses several universities, libraries and museums.

The National Museum of Colombia (Spanish: Museo Nacional de Colombia) is the National Museum of Colombia housing collections on its history, art, culture. Located in Bogotá downtown, is the biggest and oldest museum in Colombia. The National Museum of Colombia is a dependency of the Colombian Ministry of Culture.

The Historical Museum of the National Police is a public institution of the National Police of Colombia . Its headquarters is located in the town of La Candelaria in Bogota (Colombia ). This museum aims exposure and appreciation of the history and evolution of the National Police in the country, finding information on laws and statutes, as well as records of the forms of punishment imposed long ago to maintain the security of citizens.

The Maloka Museum is an interactive science museum located in Bogotá, Colombia. Visitors interact with a wide variety of exhibits that explore topics in Science and Technology. The museum has 9 rooms, with different science and technology topics; the Telecommunications Room shows interactive games about Binary System, the Computers’ language, How does the cellphone work or what’s the communication process. The next room is The City, it shows different modules where you can see 3D images of Bogotá with glasses, the development and history of the city and see a model of it where you can see all the buildings in it. The Human is a room where visitors can explore the perfect machine, the human body.

International Emerald Museum– The museum Emerald shown by a guided tour, the different stages that have an emerald, ranging from its origin to its commercialization. In this space you will have the pleasure to enter a real tunnel, appreciate our extensive collection of over 3,000 pieces, see the likes of emeralds and making traditional jewelry with them. In his exhibition he has a unique collection of pieces that lie in the mountains of Colombia, where they have been for millions of years waiting to be found, this a significant number of stones carved by local artists, which has been collected is added by more than 35 years now as a contribution to world culture have been majestically displayed to appreciate the magic of the most beautiful emeralds in the world.

Museum of Independence House Vase– The building currently houses the Casa del Vase – Independence Museum is a building dating from the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century in Arabic style – Andalusian, also called Mudejar, which is typical of our colonial buildings. It is characterized by its white walls and its doors, windows, balustrades and green balconies. This construction is keen for the socio-political history of his time. It was built for the eldest son of one of the founders of the city of Santa Fe de Bogota, Marshal Hernán Venegas Carrillo, whose family lived there until the seventeenth century, when it became the property of the Prosecutor of the Royal Court, Francisco Moreno and Escandon (1736-1792).