Some of the sites and regions of Colombia have been declared by UNESCO either as Cultural or Natural World Heritage. Two natural site: Los Katios Natural Park and Malpelo Flora and Fauna Sancturary and five cultural sites: Coffee Cultural Landscape, Historic Centre of Santa Cruz de Mompox, National Arqueological Park Tierradentro, Port, Fortresess and group of monuments in Cartagena and San Agustin Arqueological National Park. Enjoy this gallery and find out where these unique and amazing places can be found!
Founded in 1540 in the banks of the Magdalena river, Mompox offers an exemplary image of a colonial Spanish city.
The port of Cartagena formed the most complex and complete fortress of total South America.
This is an example of cultural, sustainable and productive landscape, reflexing a hundred-year-old tradition of cultivating on of the best mild coffees in the world.
The national park Los Katios is located in the zone of the highest rate of biological diversity in America and it accommodates varios species of animales threatened of extinction.
The Archaeological Park of Tierradentro can be found in the Cauca Department where it offers you to get known to prehispanic monuments which were dated between the centuries VI to X. This monuments attest the complexity of the Andine communities before the Spanish conquest of South America.
The coast of the Malpelo island is considered as one of the most extraordinary diving sites in the world.
This Park contains the biggest complex of religious monuments and megalith sculptures of South America.
See more information about the already declared Heritages at the official website of UNESCO.