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Plaza de Caicedo, Centro de Santiago de Cali

Plaza de Caicedo Es la plaza principal dela ciudad de cali, esta en el corazón de la ciudad. Se observa la estatua de Joaquín de Caycedo y Cuero, realizada por Francia y colocada en 1913. Esta plaza fue desde tiempos coloniales el punto central y el lugar en donde se realizaban los grandes espectáculos. Fue plaza de Mercado y parque estilo europeo. Es el lugar más concurrido de Cali; fue el lugar de trabajo, hasta hace poco, de personas que escribia en una peqeña maquina de escribir ganandose el sutento diario hoy en dia esta en el parque de los poetas al aldo del teatro Jorge Isacs.

Copyright: Cesar Augusto Rueda Calamus
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 11/11/2011
Uploadet: 13/11/2011
Opdateret: 24/03/2015


Tags: esfericas; fotografia; estatuas; estructuras; ciudad; cali; turismo cesar rueda; calamus
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