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Catedral de Duitama, Duitama

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  • A cathedral very pretty, recommended his visit, its structure is very striking and the Park very busy
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  • Located in the Libertadores, in holiday season Park they illuminate very well, and in general all the square was very beautiful, with recyclable items such as plastic bottles, but forming a very nice figures also were illuminated.
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  • The Cathedral of Duitama has colonial architecture but with modern details, the main altar stands with a mural in silver.
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  • beautiful architecture...
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  • Very nice
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  • The Cathedral of San Lorenzo of Duitama is a temple of Catholic worship under the patronage of San Lorenzo
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  • Very nice. Well.,
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  • Very well maintained, excellent place for religious visits, this church honors the divine child
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