5 Sights in Barcelona, Venezuela (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Barcelona, Venezuela. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Barcelona, Venezuela.

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1. Monumento Casa Fuerte

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The strong house since 1960 a National Historic Monument of Venezuela. It is located in the city of Barcelona, capital of the Anzoátegui state. Originally established as the Convent of San Francisco, it was the center of the missions of RECOLTOS MINORS, from where the friars came out to spread the Gospel to the plains south of Venezuela. In 1811 it was taken by the founders of the Republic of Venezuela and in 1817 it was converted into strong by Simón Bolívar for the defense of the city of realistic attacks.

Wikipedia: Casa Fuerte de Barcelona (ES)

2. Museo de Anzoátegui

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The Museum of Anzoátegui is a museum founded in 1969 in a colonial house, composed of halls and a central courtyard, in the city of Barcelona, the capital of Anzoátegui State in northeast Venezuela. It is a public museum of historical, ethnographic and artistic vocation, which presents pre-Columbian pieces, paintings, ceramics and weapons used during the colonial era and the war of independence. The museum also includes the headquarters of the Bolivarian Society and a library.

Wikipedia: Museo de Anzoátegui (ES)

3. Fuente luminosa

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The luminous source of Barcelona known as the light source, is an obelisk located in the center of the city of Barcelona. Inaugurated in 1954, it is a Redoma that connects 4 main roads in the city: Pedro María Freites avenues, July 5, J.H Paparoni and Rolando, New and Las Flores streets, during the 1960s, 1970, 1980 The water and light show that characterized it in those years, in 1990 was declared a state monument.

Wikipedia: Fuente Luminosa (Barcelona, Venezuela) (ES)

4. Teatro Cajigal

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The Juan Manuel Cajigal Theater also called Cajigal Theater is a historical building conditioned for theatrical activities dating from the nineteenth century, built in the neoclassical style. It is located in the Simón Bolívar municipality in front of the Roleando Square, in the city of Barcelona, the capital of the state Anzoátegui to the northeast of the South American country of Venezuela.

Wikipedia: Teatro Cajigal (ES)

5. Catedral San Cristóbal de Barcelona

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Catedral San Cristóbal de Barcelona

St. Christopher's Cathedral or Barcelona Cathedral is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Barcelona in Venezuela. It is located in the historic center of the city of Barcelona, the capital of Anzoátegui State northwest of Venezuela.

Wikipedia: St. Christopher's Cathedral (Barcelona, Venezuela) (EN)

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