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La guía de Luis Carlos

Luis Carlos

La guía de Luis Carlos

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Step away from the hustle and bustle of the city and head to Parque Caldas, a picturesque, verdant, and vibrant plaza at the heart of town. With a history dating back to the beginnings of the city of Popayan itself in 1537, the park has since undergone renovation to become the modernised and metropolitan green space it is today. Vendors along the sidewalks offer refreshingly cool drinks or regional snacks if you get peckish. Pay special attention to the gleaming white colonial buildings that flank the plaza on all sides. Make Parque Caldas a centerpiece of your Popayan vacation itinerary
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Caldas Park
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Step away from the hustle and bustle of the city and head to Parque Caldas, a picturesque, verdant, and vibrant plaza at the heart of town. With a history dating back to the beginnings of the city of Popayan itself in 1537, the park has since undergone renovation to become the modernised and metropolitan green space it is today. Vendors along the sidewalks offer refreshingly cool drinks or regional snacks if you get peckish. Pay special attention to the gleaming white colonial buildings that flank the plaza on all sides. Make Parque Caldas a centerpiece of your Popayan vacation itinerary
El Morro del Tulcán (lit. Tulcán Hill) is an Indigenous pyramid in Popayán, Colombia. The pyramid dates to at least 1535, as the Spanish Empire found it abandoned when they arrived in that year. Research suggests that the individuals buried there came from the very top of the social classes of their society. The pyramid was constructed in the pre-Columbian period, approximately between 1600 - 500 BC; the period which is now known as "the Delayed Cacicales Societies". On this pyramid a statue dedicated to the Conquistador Sebastián de Belalcázar exists today; he carried out the Spanish foundation of Popayán. The location of the statue of the Conquistador on an indigenous monument is controversial. El Morro del Tulcán is the main archaeological site of Popayán.
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El Morro de Tulcán
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El Morro del Tulcán (lit. Tulcán Hill) is an Indigenous pyramid in Popayán, Colombia. The pyramid dates to at least 1535, as the Spanish Empire found it abandoned when they arrived in that year. Research suggests that the individuals buried there came from the very top of the social classes of their society. The pyramid was constructed in the pre-Columbian period, approximately between 1600 - 500 BC; the period which is now known as "the Delayed Cacicales Societies". On this pyramid a statue dedicated to the Conquistador Sebastián de Belalcázar exists today; he carried out the Spanish foundation of Popayán. The location of the statue of the Conquistador on an indigenous monument is controversial. El Morro del Tulcán is the main archaeological site of Popayán.