Museo del Oro Zenú
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Inaugurated by Banco de La República, in 1982 it opens its doors to the public in Cartagena de Indias with a collection of gold and ceramic of the main pre columbian cultures. The Gold Museum is located in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, within the walled sector, Plaza de Bolivar.
A collection of pre-Columbian (as in pre Christopher Columbus) artifacts that will give you more insight as to the country ‘s History.
Amazing gold Museun, Free entrace! Increible museo del Oro, Entrada libre!
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