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Pueblito paisa medellin
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El Pueblito Paisa es la representación de un típico pueblo antioqueño de comienzos del siglo XX. Fue construído en la cima del Cerro Nutibara el cual tiene una altura de 80m.


La iglesia sobresale a los techos de barro de las cassas de arquitectura colonial de una y dos plantas. Como todo pueblo típico tiene una fuente y un monumento a un personaje importante, en este caso, el escritor antioqueño Tomas Carrasquilla.

Las edificaciones que componen el Pueblito Paisa son: La capilla, la escuela, la alcaldía, la casa cural, el estanco, la barbería, la botica, vivienda de 2 pisos y casa de artesanías.

Las casas fueron construídas con materiales, puertas y ventanas de casas de El Peñol. La pila bautismal proviene de Sonzón y data de mas de 100 años. Los pupitres de la escuela y la cama de la casa cural son del siglo XIX y XX al igual que las sillas de la barbería, los cuadros y los implementos de cocina. En estas construcciones se encuentran tiendas de artesanías típicas de Antioquia.

Ver mas: http://www.medellinparati.com/sitio.php?id=19

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