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We visited the Plaza of Zipaquira after our walk thru the salt mine Cathedral.
The Town buildings and the Town Church combine different styles of architecture.
Lots of vehicle congestion and hardley any parking.
We visited the town of Zipaquira after the tour of the salt mine. It was a nice town with a beautiful square with mountains at the background, lovely buildings and a cathedral with a different style. You should go inside the cathedral to see its...More
Went to Zipaquira for a day trip as our taxi driver was giving us a ride back from the Armadillo restaurant and suggested it would be a great trip. about 28 km north, another 1 million people live there! I know everyone goes there for...More
Not as nice a square as the Cathedral one, but it has the better restaurants. Lots of bars and noise in the evenings and a gathering place for the younger crowd. Many shops and a bit of a commercial centre at the centre of a...More
All visitors to Zipaquira, should not miss the opportunity of visiting this landmark, where the flags of the five countries liberated by Simon Bolivar are on permanent display. Also, some of the best Colombian food restaurants are on this square.
It's a nice place to take pictures and feel the atmosphere of Zipaquira place. It is a large square and features a soft wind. The buildings around are old and downs. So much light hits it. You can start a quiet walk through the village...More