Located 86 kilometers northeast of Medellin, it was once a small town for animal husbandry, agriculture and mining. The town retains a large number of semi-dimensional style tiles (Zócalos) buildings, through the semi-dimensional carvings on the walls, Bright and colorful contrasting tones, painted with local style pictures. Some are embellished with organic geometric patterns, some are carved to depict the local scenery, flora and fauna, or directly engraved on the occupation of the house owner, the type of storefront, plus beautiful floral and plant decorations, each building is like a work of art As beautiful.
Even if the buildings near the Gold Museum are painted in playful colors of blue and yellow, they still have a strong European colonial architectural style. They are naturally exquisite and there are no cafes. But here is more like a store-based place, many handicrafts can be sold besides display, including gems, etc.
This is a place worth visiting. It’s really good. It’s worth coming here to visit and study. You can learn a lot of culture.