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Architecture In Colombia

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Architecture In Colombia

Colombian architecture is a unique blend of styles, combining Spanish and colonial influences with modern international trends. From colonial churches to contemporary office buildings, Colombia’s architecture mirrors its diverse culture, its unique geography, and its vibrant spirit. Colombian cities have been transformed over the years by changes in style, buildings, and construction materials. The country also showcases a variety of traditional and modern crafts, including woodworking, wrought ironwork, masonry, and ceramics. Much of Colombia’s architecture is designed to protect its citizens from the country’s tropical climate, with many buildings featuring overhangs and other design features that keep the elements out.

Colombia architecture, Spanish colonial, modern buildings, tropical climate protection.

Lauren Moore

CITATION : "Lauren Moore. 'Architecture In Colombia.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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