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Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum

37 locals recommend ·

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Rita
Rita
August 31, 2019
Colonial museum, a must in the historical tour.
Ivan
Ivan
January 16, 2019
A mi concepto es el mejor museo. muestra toda la babrbarie que se vivio en la epoca. Indigenas torturados para convertirlos en catolicos. To my concept it is the best museum. shows all the babrbarie that lived at the time. Indigenous people tortured to convert them into Catholics.
Oscar
Oscar
November 12, 2018
The Palace of the Inquisition may today be one of the finest buildings in the city, but in the past it housed the notoriously grisly Inquisition, whose bloody task it was to stamp out heresy in colonial Cartagena. The palace is now a museum, displaying the inquisitors' instruments of torture, some…
Rainbow
Rainbow
July 27, 2018
Where people used to be punished, tortured, hanged and burned.
David
David
June 07, 2018
This site tells in a simple and orderly way the whole history of the Inquisition, its customs, its beliefs and make us see with horror what had to happen to those who thought differently. The museum is so well organized that you do not need the audio guide. Recommended!!

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