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National Palace

National Palace

A National Monument and among the city’s most impressive buildings, the National Palace is one of Cali’s most photographed attractions, demanding attention from its perch at the head of the central Plaza de Caicedo. Built in 1928, the Palace’s French-influenced Neoclassical design was the work of Belgian architect Joseph Martens and the four-story building is unmissable, with its ornate chalk-white façade capped with a slate-grey roof and dome.

Today, the National Palace serves as the Administrative Court of the Valle del Cauca and Cali High Court, as well as housing a small museum dedicated to the regional production of sugarcane.

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Mon-Fri 8am-12pm, 1pm-5pm
Calle 12, entre Carrera 4 y Carrera 5 # 12 - 04, Cali, Valle Del Cauca, Colombia

Practical Info

The National Palace is located on Plaza de Caicedo in downtown Cali.

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