Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum
Creo que lo más admirable son las paredes del Palacio Antiguo y la nueva construcción. Las réplicas de las máquinas de tortura no son las originales aunque si interesantes de conocer.
An imposing building right in the heart of the old city full of history housing on the second floor, a small museum telling the origins and history of Cartagena since its foundation
A mi concepto es el mejor museo. muestra toda la babrbarie que se vivio en la epoca. Indigenas torturados para convertirlos en catolicos. To my concept it is the best museum. shows all the babrbarie that lived at the time. Indigenous people tortured to convert them into Catholics.
Once the Inquisition Palace were heretics and alleged witches were tried and condemned in Cartagena it is now the MUHCA or historical museum of Cartagena where important events are held such as the first signature of the peace agreement with the FARC. Only the building alone is worth a visit as it…
The Palace of the Inquisition may today be one of the finest buildings in the city, but in the past it housed the notoriously grisly Inquisition, whose bloody task it was to stamp out heresy in colonial Cartagena. The palace is now a museum, displaying the inquisitors' instruments of torture, some…
“A collection of pre-Columbian (as in pre Christopher Columbus) artifacts that will give you more insight as to the country ‘s History. ”
“Fue la fortaleza militar de la corona Española en la epoca de la conquista de america. It was the military fortress of the Spanish crown at the time of the conquest of America.”
“Museum of modern art with two levels that specializes in Latin American painters of the 1950s.”
“This is a hidden gem in the city, you can always ask if is open to the public. ”