Plaza Botero is the 80,729 square feet of open space in front of the Museum of Antioquia in Medellin. Designed to be a mix of art, culture, and nature, the Plaza is the permanent home to 23 of Fernando Botero's sculptures. Famous works that are on prominent display include The Hand, Eve, Roman Soldier and Maternity.
The plaza is also home to yellow lignum vitae and native ceiba trees that provide shade to the hundreds of visitors who visit the plaza each month. Street vendors selling snacks, cold drinks, and souvenirs are a familiar sight. The plaza is also right next to the second oldest church in Medellin.Places nearby:
Jose Lins Do Rego Cultural Center: A Cultural Center With Historic Significance 5 km / 3 mi
Paraibano Craft Market, Brazil: The Regional Craft Market in Brazilian Paris 7 km / 4 mi
Olinda Is a Vision When You're at Alto Da Se 96 km / 59 mi
Arena das Dunas: Natal's Premium Soccer Stadium 151 km / 94 mi
Parque Ecologico do Coco Fortzleza's Biodiverse Icon 549 km / 341 mi