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Plaza de la trinidad 2
Colombia

Se llama así desde 1643, año en que la Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad fue terminada de construir. Tiempo después, siendo Cartagena independiente de la Corona Española, el Cabildo dispuso que se le llamara Plaza de la Libertad, en honor de los habitantes del barrio Getsemaní que se congregaban en dicha plaza y quienes participaron el 11 de noviembre de 1811 en la revolución que traería como consecuencia la firma del Acta de Independencia. También se cuenta que desde el propio atrio de la iglesia los caudillos exhortaban al pueblo enardecido.

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