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Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá - A Subterranean Monument of Faith

November 08, 2014 | 0 Comments | 4 Min Read

Judson L Moore

By Judson L Moore Travel addict. Ambitious about making the world a better place. Writing what I learn along the way. Follow me on twitter. Find me on facebook.

Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá - A Subterranean Monument of Faith

The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá

Near Bogotá is the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá. If you go to Colombia and don’t go here, you should truly feel like you’ve missed out on something grand. Dubbed, “a wonder of the world, the first wonder of Colombia,” photos can’t do this place justice. Just get there.

*this is an excerpt from a longer article which tells the full story of my time in Colombia reuniting with friends from my Rotary Youth Exchange year in Germany.

Have you visited this majestic place? Please share your story in the comments below or message me directly at @judsonlmoore!


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