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Located in Bolivar Square, this is the largest cathedral in Colombia and one of the largest in South America. It's a magnificent example of neoclassical architecture and is filled with colonial paintings and ornate decorations.
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La Catedral Primada - holds the remains of Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada the founder of Bogotá. The cathedral is the largest in Colombia. It’s kind of like two churches next to each other both with very different architecture and themes. Equally beautiful though.
La Catedral Primeada was a nice church to enter off the main square to see the traditional Catholic architechture. If you've been in other cathedrals, I can't say that this one will be mind-blowing, but it's a free thing to check out and can help...More
This landmark church jn Bolivar church is the largest in Colombia and one of the largest in South America. An impressive building it is bordered by state buildings on either side with an opulent interior decor
The Cathedral is located on Bogota´s main square. The facade is beautiful but the interior is nothing one can expect from a stunning colonial church. It is quite modern with modern chandeliers due to a fire that destroyed the oldest interior. It is a quite...More
This kind of Baroque Spanish style Churches with two belfries on the main square can be found in almost every Latin America city.
This one in Bogota is on the main, Bolivar sq, full of people, street vendors and tourists.
What is unusual for this...More