Medellín Cerro Nutibara and Pueblito Paisa

Cerro Nutibara, a 80m high hill, offers great views over the city, Pueblito Paisa, a miniature version of a typical Antioquian village and even a sculpture park. Entrance is free and the site is opened from 6am to midnight all year long.
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Pueblo Paisa Cerro Nutibara

Pueblo Paisa is a replica of a typical Antioquian town and includes a traditional stone fountain, a church, the mayor’s office, a barber shop, and a one-room school house. Built in 1977, it looks a bit kitsch but nevertheless worth a look.

Pueblito Paisa Medellin at Christmas TimesThere's an art gallery at the top and you can find the sculpture park (Parque de las Esculpturas) on the slopes of Cerro Nutibara. Built in 1983, it includes sculptures from South American artists such as Edgar Negret, Carlos Roja and John Castles.

=> A night visit is not a bad idea especially during the Christmas lights - Los Alumbrados.
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Christmas Lights at Cerro NutibaraTo get there, take the metro to Industriales and it's a 10 min walk to the bottom of the hill. It's the green hill on the left when exiting the station.You can always share a taxi, it shouldn't cost you more than 8,000 from El Poblado. Address: Calle 30A Nº 55-64.

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