Plaza Botero, El Centro

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MEDELLIN | Plaza Botero is a 7,000 square metre park and plaza in downtown Medellin notable for the 23 Fernando Botero sculptures that are dotted around the park. The sculptures, which were donated to the city by Botero, were installed in 2002 as part of a wider rejuvenation of the area, which is also home to the Iglesia De La Veracruz, Palacio De La Cultura Rafael Uribe Uribe, and Museo de Antioquia.

Botero’s art is instantly recognisable for its unique style, which exaggerates the proportions of people, animals, and objects. The chubby bronze statues are fun, and the plaza is full of children, teens, and adults enjoying them. The sculptures are named simply for their subjects – for example “The Hand”, “Woman with Mirror”, and “Man on Horseback”.

Plaza Botero

Avenue Carabobo #52-49
Medellín
Antioquia
Colombia

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