We visited the cathedral and museum of San Pedro today. I really liked the history of Pedro Claver, as he was a real defender of human rights, especially those of African slaves, centuries ago. Beautiful paintings about his life story.
Upstairs they have some nice pics, made by kids from 5 different, unpopular districts of Cartagena, and colorful African-Caribbean art, which was pretty nice. I didn't like the rest of the older parts of the museum (ceramics and religious arts) and the cathedral wasn't special at all. I've seen cathedrals that are much more impressive. We didn't take a tour, so maybe it was our own fault :). Entrance is 9000 COP.
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