Capitolio Nacional (or National Capitol) is a building on Bolivar Square in central Bogotá, the construction of which began in 1848 and was finished in 1926. It houses both houses of the Congress of Colombia. It was designed by Thomas Reed.
In 1938, Ignacio Gómez Jaramillo painted two murals for the Capitolio Nacional in Bogotá.
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Nicolás E. Obando Salgado | Jun 19, 2017
Nice place! Nice restaurants and museums around! You can walk around the 7th street but you must be careful!
Alejandra Castellanos | Jun 22, 2017
Amazing security and great place, sights and history.
Donato Colaprico | Dec 20, 2016
Home of the Colombian government. Very beautiful at Christmas.
Dan Hoffman | Mar 1, 2017
Interesting, but not a must-see.
Derek Walker | Apr 1, 2017
Dirty and dangerous.
D.A. | Apr 4, 2018
El Capitolio Nacional es un edificio neoclásico impresionante e imponente en la Plaza Bolívar; un espacio amplio, bien mantenido e interesante. Es la sede del Congreso Nacional y el centro del poder colombiano.
FAMT | Feb 13, 2017
Sofia Agudelo | Jun 23, 2018
Perfect I love it, the best
Jose Armando Olmedo Avila | Aug 2, 2018
Is the house of democracy in Colombia.
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