Paraninfo U de A - Medellín Colombia

El Edificio San Ignacio es la sede histórica de la Universidad de Antioquia, ubicado en el centro de la ciudad de Medellín, considerado junto con la Iglesia y el Claustro San Ignacio patrimonio arquitectónico de la ciudad, su construcción tiene sus orígenes en 1803 y durante sus más de 200 años ha sufrido varias modificaciones. Declarado Monumento Nacional según resolución 002 el 12 de marzo de 1982, hoy esta completamente restaurado y se aprecia su fina arquitectura neoclásica. Actualmente esta ceñido a las actividades culturales, académicas no formales, de extensión, de divulgación y de proyección del que hacer universitario.

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Taken: 22/05/2010
Uploaded: 22/05/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015


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