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Pueblito Boyacense, Boyaca

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Those interested in colonial architecture rarely miss a stop at Pueblito Boyacense, a small settlement filled with replica buildings seen in Colombia's most picturesque towns. Mongui, Villa de Leyva, Cocuy, Tibasosa, Tenza, Raquira, and Sachica are all recreated here in splendid form. In addition to serving as tourist attractions, these houses provide a valued working space for local artisans, writers, and musicians. Pay special attention to the shopkeepers and tour guides wearing traditional costumes of the colonial era. Work out when and for how long to visit Pueblito Boyacense and other Boyaca attractions using our handy Boyaca trip generator.
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  • The boyacense village offers a very nice tour in the replies of the representative of Boyaca, a very nice walking place and takes photos. Featuring crafts, food and coffee stores, is ideal for tardear.
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  • I love this town and see houses that represent the architecture of different sites in colombia, the place has a charm magic residents seemed attentive and sold a few delicacies in different shops cafes and restaurancitos that are in place.
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  • It is a very nice place to visit in less than an hour. The day we were there was live music. Variety of desserts and cute crafts. The input value $1,000 per person.
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  • Un gran lugar!
  • All the towns of Boyaca and the different types of buildings each town has to offer in on little village
  • Precioso, the most beatiful place among all others. I visited it at night and the lights were amazingly wonderful.
  • nothing abnormal residences... well preserved...
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  • Located in Duitama and is a site tourist that is worth visiting, is composed by 7 blocks, where each one symbolizes one of the towns most beautiful of Boyacá, also has a chapel and an events plaza, also there are accommodations, restaurants, shops of handicrafts and art, Pueblito Boyacense is a sites forced on his visit to Duitama.
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