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Quinta San Pedro Alejandrono 4


The old buildings of the Quinta de San Pedro Alexandrian are painted yellow ocher, between them stands the main house, considered as the most important of this estate, because in one of their bedrooms exhaled his last breath the Liberator Simon Bolivar.

In the Main Hall of the Casa Quinta find paintings of the characters in the history of the estate: a painting of the Spanish artist Liberator Elizaran Txapartegi in we see the appearance of Simon Bolivar for the year of 1812. Likewise, it retains an oil, plasma dondese campestreque environment had llegadadel homestead to Simon Bolivar in the year 830.

It retains a bidet comprises a porcelain ewer, the toilets and a tub of white Italian marble. The Reverend Doctor Alejandro Prospero expresses in his memoirs that the Liberator received a lukewarm bath emollient for improvement, the first days of his stay in the property.

They are objects used on December 17, 1930 date that marked the first centenary of the death of Bolivar. Are preserved photographs, musical instruments, uniforms, medals and military card; objects belonging to members who formed the Centennial Guard. The ceremony was chaired by Dr. Enrique Olaya Herrera, President of the Republic of Colombia.

Source: http://museobolivariano.org.co/la-antigua-hacienda/la-casa-principal/

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Copyright: Mauricio Ramirez
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 17000x8500
Taken: 03/04/2011
Uploaded: 04/06/2013
Updated: 06/04/2015


Tags: santa marta; magdalena; bolivar; quinta; san pedro; museo; arte; histotira; cultura; colombia
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