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Cartagena, Colombia

The Clock Tower (Torre del Reloj) is the main entrance into the walled city. Originally called Bridge Gate, the clock tower was added in 1888.

 

The Spanish Colonial City of Cartagena was founded in 1533. Located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, the old walled city today is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The entire old city center has been beautifully preserved and is a joy to explore.

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Taken on April 28, 2012