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This is a neat plaza that has 4 Botero statues in it. The most famous or infamous is that of the pigeon that was blown up by the cartels and subsequently replaced by a twin. As well as the statues I also liked the grafitti...More
As with so much of Colombia's tragic history, so went the bombing of a concert in this park. However, with the support of the mayor given a stiffer spine by Francisco Botero, the sculpture that was used as shrapnel now sits alongside a new sculpture...More
There is not much to do and see here compared to the other parks of Medellin. Near by are the San Antonio Metro Station and the Artisans Market. Visit if you're in the area, no need for special efforts to reach it.
The park is not that spectacular, but there is the Botero Bird sculpture exploited during a terrorist attack in 1995. 20 people went to death because of the attack.
The exploited bird is still there so you can see how hard that explosion was. A...More