Castillo de Salgar Barranquilla

On your way to Puerto Colombia, you can stop at the Castillo de Salgar. Castillo de Salgar was built by the Spanish in 1848 on the ruins of the ancient fort of San Antonio, during the colonial era. It is located on a vertical slope, west of the beaches in Salgar.

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Castillo de Salgar BarranquillaIt is a place of historical interest that has served as a Spanish fort, a prison, an institute for the disabled and recently and a insitute of the University of Arts of the University of Atlántico.

=> Castillo de Salgar is one of the few historical monuments with authentic and preserved colonial architecture.
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Castillo de Salgar BarranquillaCastillo de Salgar is located in Puerto Colombia, which is 15kms north of Barranquilla, it will cost you 20,000 to 25,000 pesos to go there by taxi.
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Barranquilla's name comes from the canyons that existed in the sector adjacent to the Magdalena. During the Spanish colonization, the name "barranca" was common in coastal communities (Barranca Nueva, Barranca Vieja etc).

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