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Palacio de Narino, Bogota

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The official home and workplace of the country's president, Palacio de Narino dates back to the early 1900s. During your tour, view the gallery of flags representing the Colombian Navy, Colombian Air Force, and Colombian National Police. See paintings and sculptures of past presidents, the dining room where huge landscape paintings adorn the walls, and the Emerald Room where convex mirrors and a working 19th-century clock are displayed. Make an appointment for a tour of the grounds ahead of time, but if you just want to watch the changing of the guard, go to the east side of the building. Make Palacio de Narino part of your personalized Bogota itinerary using our Bogota trip itinerary builder.
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  • As I said in the review of Plaza de Bolivar, deserves to prolong the journey this far because it deserves, not so much as the whole Palace, la cascina alongside they say is the President's House, the armed guards who don't make you pass on the sidewalk in front of Congress. A nice visit, not to mention the side streets that deserve to be seen.
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  • A place representative with great history, but unfortunately very careless, to be such representative should have more attention.
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  • do not know how this complex there is in this place. The home of the ruling is not the Museum of history and I think that he deserves privacy and respeto9.
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  • Nice palace where the president either lives or works. Lots of security and the people are very nice. Make sure not to walk on the sidewalk close to the palace, the police will let you know.
  • Make sure you book one of the free tours to see the house from within.
  • The building began operations as Presidential Palace in 1885. Over the years it has suffered several interventions and renovations, the current design is the work of the architect Fernando Alsina in collaboration with engineers and architects of the Ministry of works Publicas.Se guided tours available.
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  • Nice place. It is very great.
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  • Where Parliament pedestrianized in Presidential Palace. Standing guard and taken to the tourists and photo. Of the guard sees you're lucky too. Undergo luggage inspection by the street tightly guarded location is near.
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