Photo Essay: Partial Tour of Antioquia

by Sammy Quezada

During this holiday break I had the opportunity to visit several cities in the department of Antioquia. Medellín served as the launching point to Jardín and Jericó, both of which are in southwest Antioquia. From there, I traveled North to Santa Fe de Antioquia, which was an early colonial city, the original Capital of Antioquia.

The following are some pictures of this trip.

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Medellín is known for its holiday lights during this time of year.

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Medellín from the cable cars

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Architecture and colors of the houses in Jardín

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Interior of the Church,

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Exterior of the Church

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Trail to a nearby waterfall and restaurant

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Waterfall

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Transport in southwest Antioquia is on actual Chivas. This is a bus port in Andes, Antioquia.

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Jericó’s main plaza at night

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Jericó’s architecture

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Puente de Occidente over the Cauca River

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Close up of the Puente de Occidente

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Iglesia de Santa Barbara

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Fountain located in the main plaza

 

 

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