Museo Caqueta, Florencia
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Bonito lugar donde podrás encontrar todo lo más hermoso de nuestros indígenas y antepasados con diferentes piezas que te llevarán y te harán recordar la historia de nuestro departamento y de nuestro p... read more »Nice place where you can find all the most beautiful and our indigenous ancestors with different pieces that will take you and make you remember the history of our Department and our country, only in this place, if you come to Florence so be sure to visit, recommendedshow original
Es un lugar que mantienen varias personas con aportes voluntarios, existen elementos de muchas épocas y tradicionales, muestra de artesanía, libros importantes y son muy abiertos a dar a conocer la cu... read more »It is a place that keep several people with voluntary contributions, there are elements of many eras and traditional displays of crafts, important books and they are very open to the ancestral culture. It was the unicamarte where I found information about the goddess of the sharpening steel. There is the municipal library in the same building, there is an excellent exposition of art and a seat of Colombia Digital.show original
Fue abierto en agosto de 2009 y está localizado en el primer piso de la torre Jorge Eliécer Gaitán en pleno centro de la ciudad. En este museo se exponen unas 2000 piezas de colección, para rememorar ... read more »It was opened in August 2009 and is located on the first floor of the Jorge Eliécer Gaitán Tower in the heart of the city. This museum presents a 2000 pieces of collection, to recall the cultural history of the Caquetá. He has three rooms, one outdoor where are monthly, collections and photographs according to the annual schedule. The ethnic living room with approximately 750 pieces and collections of Indian tribes with presence in the Caquetá and the Hall where about 500 objects and antique collections that belonged to families of rubber tappers, settlers, religious institutions are exhibited and colonization which today through eye contact with visitors, tell your story. Unfortunately is not open to the public and tourists on Sundays and public holidays, which leaves many tourists to know the history of this Department.show original
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