Bogotá Sights

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Museo Arqueológico

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The magnificent mansion that houses the Museum of Archaeology—the facility is colloquially known around town as the MUSA—once belonged...

Museo Botero

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In 2000, world-famous artist Fernando Botero made headlines when he donated dozens of works from his private collection to Colombia.

Museo Nacional

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The striking building that houses the National Museum was a prison until 1946; some parts, particularly the narrow top-floor galleries,...

Museo de Arte Moderno

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The huge windows in the Museum of Modern Art create a sense of spaciousness, the redbrick exterior marking it as another of famous Colombian...

Museo de Oro

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Bogotá's phenomenal Gold Museum contains an astounding collection of pre-Hispanic Colombian artifacts, with more than 34,000 gold pieces...

Plaza de Bolívar

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Surrounded by stately structures, this square marks the spot where Bogotá was declared the seat of New Granada's colonial government.

Plaza de Toros Santamaría

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Bogotá's bullring was designed by Rogelio Salmona in a traditional Andalusian style. No bullfights have taken place here since 2012,...

Quinta de Bolívar

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Simón Bolívar, the revolutionary hero who drove the Spanish from the northern half of the continent, passed the last years of his life...

Teatro Colón

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Considered one of the oldest opera houses in the Americas, this masterpiece of baroque architecture–-inspired by the Parisian Palais...

Museo de Arte Colonial

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Renovations in 1999 helped preserve this 17th-century Andalusian-style mansion, home of the Museum of Colonial Art. In its substantial...


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