Map Medellin Colombia for Printing

Medellín, Colombia, is a vibrant city with a rich history and a variety of historic places, buildings, streets, and squares that showcase its cultural and architectural heritage.

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Here’s a detailed description of some notable locations in Medellín:

  1. Plaza Botero:
    • Located in the heart of Medellín, Plaza Botero is a public square dedicated to the renowned Colombian artist Fernando Botero. The square is adorned with 23 of Botero’s bronze sculptures, showcasing his signature style of exaggerated and voluptuous forms.
  2. Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Basílica Metropolitana):
    • This cathedral, located in Parque Berrío, is a significant religious landmark in Medellín. The current structure was completed in 1931 and features stunning neo-Romanesque architecture. The interior is adorned with beautiful stained glass windows and religious art.
  3. Pueblito Paisa:
    • Perched atop Cerro Nutibara, Pueblito Paisa is a replica of a traditional Colombian town. It offers panoramic views of the city and the surrounding mountains. The site features a charming town square, a church, and small shops selling local crafts and souvenirs.
  4. Parque Arví:
    • This expansive natural park is a green oasis within the city. Visitors can explore ecological trails, ride a cable car, and enjoy recreational activities. The park is an excellent place to experience Medellín’s natural beauty and biodiversity.
  5. Parque Explora:
    • A science and technology museum located in the North Zone, Parque Explora is a family-friendly attraction with interactive exhibits on physics, biology, and astronomy. The park also houses an aquarium and a botanical garden.
  6. Antioquia Museum (Museo de Antioquia):
    • Founded in 1881, the Antioquia Museum is one of the oldest museums in Colombia. It features an extensive collection of pre-Columbian, colonial, and contemporary art. The museum is also home to a significant collection of works by Fernando Botero.
  7. La Alpujarra Administrative Center:
    • A governmental complex housing the offices of the governor of Antioquia and the mayor of Medellín. The complex includes Plaza de la Libertad, which features a large monument called “La Gruta,” symbolizing the region’s struggle for freedom.
  8. Parque Lleras:
    • Located in the upscale neighborhood of El Poblado, Parque Lleras is a popular area for nightlife, dining, and entertainment. The park is surrounded by trendy bars, restaurants, and clubs, making it a hub for social activities.
  9. Coltejer Building (Edificio Coltejer):
    • One of the iconic skyscrapers in Medellín, the Coltejer Building is a symbol of the city’s economic development. Completed in 1972, it was the tallest building in Colombia at the time. Its distinctive design includes a revolving restaurant at the top.

These historic places, buildings, streets, and squares collectively contribute to the diverse cultural and architectural tapestry of Medellín, reflecting its journey from a industrial hub to a modern and dynamic city.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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