Located at the top of the hill that bears his name. The Chapel of San Antonio is a colonial relic. The whiteness of its facade contrasts with the greenery of the hill. It was founded in 1744, in homage to the Saint of Padua.
A quiet bohemian atmosphere permeates the neighborhood of San Antonio, where you can walk beside old houses hosting crafts workshops, antique shops, and restaurants serving traditional Valle del Cauca food. Central to the area is the San Antonio Church, which retains its white facade and baroque altar with colonial era images.
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