My husband and I went to the Palacio de la Inquisicion on our city tour when we went to Cartagena on a Panama Canal cruise. We found it interesting and informative, but a little on the morbid side as our tour guide showed us a number of instruments of torture and punishment, and told us of the justice system in the colonial days of Cartagena. I was specifically stunned by the thinking that must have gone into trying women charged with being witches. There is a courtyard outside that made for some interesting photography.
This was an intriguing stop on our tour, but not my favorite stop. If there was an admission cost, it was included in the cost of our tour. It was shady and a lot less hot than outside.
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