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Plaza de las Esculturas
Medellin

Esta plaza rodea al Museo de Antioquia y al Palacio de la Cultura. La donación del maestro Fernando Botero ocurrió en el año 2000 y desde entonces la ciudad ha vivido una transformación social y cultural alrededor de estas obras puestas en el espacio público.

La gente ha podido conocer, tocar y abrazar las gigantezcas esculturas que han recorrido el mundo y que ahora hacen parte del legado de Medellín. En Medellín es imperdonable hoy en día visitar sus calles y no tener una fotografía en la Plaza de las Esculturas.

La donación del maestro Fernando Botero a Medellín consistió en:

23 piezas de gran formato

105 obras entre pinturas y dibujos suyos

21 obras de otros artistas

En la Plaza de las Esculturas se encuentran 23 obras al aire libre para ser vistas todo el tiempo.

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Copyright: H.David Muñoz Rv360
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Uploaded: 27/08/2010
Updated: 03/10/2014
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Tags: plaza; esculturas; medellin; colombia; fernando botero
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