Santa Fe de Antioquia

Santa Fe de Antioquia es un municipio de Colombia, ubicado en la subregión Occidente de Antioquia, departamento del que fue su capital hasta el 17 de abril de 1826. Limita por el norte con los municipios de Giraldo y Buriticá, por el este con los municipios de Olaya y Sopetrán, por el sur con los municipios de Ebéjico, Anzá y Caicedo, y por el oeste con los municipios de Caicedo, Abriaquí y Giraldo

Llamada también La Ciudad Madre, Santa Fe de Antioquia es sin duda uno de los municipios más queridos por los antioqueños. Sus calles empedradas, sus portones coloniales, sus balcones y sus hermosas iglesias, nos devuelven a épocas antiguas que reviven nostalgias del pasado.

Fundada por el Mariscal Jorge Robledo el 4 de diciembre de 1541, Santa Fe de Antioquia se encuentra a solo 79 kilómetros de la ciudad de Medellín y está ubicada al occidente del departamento de Antioquia.

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Taken: 10/11/2010
Uploaded: 10/11/2010
Updated: 03/10/2014


Tags: antioquia; colombia; santafe; medellin; turismo
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