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Murallas de la ciudad antigua de Cartagena, Colombia
Colombia

Las murallas fueron concebidas con el fin de proteger a Cartagena de Indias de los continuos ataques que sufría. En esta muralla se observa el baluarte de Santa Catalina, y su propósito de este baluarte era impedir el acceso enemigo por la peligrosa avenida de Cruz Grande.

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