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Catedral de Sal
Una maravilla que debes conocer!
Do not miss the opportunity to EXPLORE The SALT CATHEDRAL of Zipaquira which is only two hours by bus.
Zipaquirá is a a cute colonial town of some 70,000 people about an hour north of Bogotá in the Cundinamarca province. It is Colombia's salt mining capital and is famous for its Salt Cathedral, constructed almost entirely of salt within a defunct mine. (Salt Cathedral). An impressive cathedral hewn…
Una de las maravillas de Colombia, catedral católica construida dentro de la mina de Sal
The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquirá, in Cundinamarca,
From what I understand, this is the second of only two cathedrals built inside a salt mine (the other is in Poland). This one is in Zipaquira, north of Bogotá
We can take you to visit one of the Wonders of the World: The Salt Cathedral in Zipaquira. $70 USD ($200,000 COP). Salt Cathedral Zipaquira - Guatavita Lagoon: $120 USD ($350,000 COP). Salt Cathedral Zipaquira - Nemocon Salt Mine: $120 USD ($350,000 COP). Prices DO NOT include admission tickets.
Must see! You won't be disappointed. Not your typical church or cathedral by any means. They have taken a working salt mine and turned the unused chambers into a beautiful architectural delight.
Unique! An underground Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine.
Underground church built within the tunnels of a salt mine, most notable achievements of Colombian architecture.
Hacia las afueras de la ciudad, en la salida del norte de Bogotá y población vecina de Zipaquirá se encuentra la Catedral de Sal, patrimonio histórico, cultural y religioso de Colombia. Esta joya natural que emerge en el interior de las minas es un plan ideal para conocer debido a la belleza…
“The original one is in Chia (about an hour's drive but the place is worth it!). Great ambiance for dining and partying/dancing in a fun setting. They have another place, Andrés DC, in walking distance yet it is not as good as the one in Chia. Ideally make reservations or arrive early. Plan to leave late! Or, should you be going with children, go at lunch time.”
“So good that it should not be missed! There's time for cultural activities too. The Gold Museum is a great opportunity for you to make a different view of the way indigenous tribes were using the gold, not only as a symbol of wealth but also as a piece of jewelry for their armors, especially the chiefs of their communities. You will find this and much more inside this beautiful place called: Museo del Oro.”
“From here you get a lovely view of the city. I suggest taking the cablecar to reach the top. ”
“Nearest Mall, perhaps the most important and most frequented in all of Bogota.”