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Puente del Comun

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Puente del Comun

54 Reviews
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Private Nemocón Salt Mine Tour
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Private Nemocón Salt Mine Tour

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Explore the Salt Mine of Nemocón on this day trip from Bogota. Located in Nemocón, a small town north of the city, it’s a complex of tunnels that reaches more than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) in length and 263 feet (80 meters) deep. There, take a guided tour and learn about the history of the mine and about the historical significance of salt production.
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Ben L wrote a review Apr 2019
Bogota, Colombia3 contributions1 helpful vote
El Puente del Comun is a beautiful bridge made of stone with brick arches. As a stonemason who has built two dry stone bridges and is working on a third I have visited many times. The bridge itself is quite stunning, but the planning for something declared a national monument over 50 years ago is appalling. There was no thought put in to preserving the area or even the way things are built around it. Obviously the bridge is not in use, but there is no road leading up to it. The bridge is just plunked there with no access, no place to park. A few hundred yards away we have an amazing castle that once complemented this amazing tableau, until somebody had the bright idea to run a highway bridge between the two. There's no thought to "hey this is a treasure, let's preserve it." The urban designers of the area around this bridge fail miserably, but if you like stonework the bridge is a nice project to visit.
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Date of experience: April 2019
correaalberto wrote a review Nov 2018
133 contributions32 helpful votes
This bridge is a vestige of the colonial era in Chia and can be seen by car as you drive by or by bycicle since it is near or on the route for cycling in Chia. Good for a few pictures as a souveneir. The river here is already somewhat polluted so don´t stay too long.
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Date of experience: February 2018
rsalmang wrote a review Feb 2016
Scheveningen, The Netherlands103 contributions33 helpful votes
This very small colonial bridge marked a crucial site in the war of independence from Spain. Nowadays it is part (alongside) of the route between Bogotá and Chia
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Date of experience: March 2015
Tato M wrote a review Aug 2015
Bogota, Colombia131 contributions86 helpful votes
This is just a bridge... nothing to be amazed, it looks nice on Christmas because they put ligths on it... but as I said there is not to much to do... so if you want to see it but you don't wanna waste time then you can just take a look when you are going on the highway...
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Date of experience: August 2015
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