The Iglesia de San Pedro Claver is a church located in Cartagena de Indias, in Colombia. This church and its convent are located in the Plaza de San Pedro Claver.
The church is part of a set of religious buildings that is complemented by the Cloister of San Pedro Claver and the archaeological museum. It was built between 1580 and 1654, in Spanish Colonial style. Originally known as the church of San Juan de Dios, it has been called the church of San Ignacio de Loyola since 1622 and is now known as San Pedro Claver.
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Grenas Inc | Jun 17, 2018
The San Pedro Claver square is one of the places to visit when traveling to Cartagena. It combines the historical trace of the colony with the modernity of sites of interest that work there today: Museum of modern art, San Pedro Restaurant, Parish and Museum of San Pedro Claver, administered by the Jesuit priests. The square receives very often visits of important characters and events such as open-air classical music concerts take place there. Street food vendors and luminous toys for children are characteristic there. It can be accessed from the alley of the naval museum, from the Plaza de la Aduana and from the Plaza de Bolívar.
Fred Delventhal | Feb 24, 2018
A very nice paved/cobblestone plaza. Surrounded by restaurants and museums. The artworks displaying everyday Colombian life and work made of scrap metal are great to explore. Be mindful that the street vendors are everywhere and persistent.
Dwight Johnson | May 10, 2018
Great place just inside the wall to view beautiful artwork and purchase local trinkets.
Alejandro Calderon | Jul 10, 2017
Beautiful place surrounded by San Pedro Church a restaurant with the same name and the "Museo de Arte Moderno" of Cartagena. Like to feed the pigeons? This is your place.
Jisoo Kim | May 4, 2017
Great little plaza with a church and since its also the front of the Museum, it also has small metal sculptures for photo ops. On one side, you can see the ancient city walls as well as sculptures as well as the cloister(?) building,
Nicolas Gomez Correa | Jul 21, 2018
Hermoso lugar en donde confluyen turistas y locales.
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