Monumento a los Colonizadores, Manizales

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Gaze out over present-day Manizales as you contemplate its foundations at Monumento a los Colonizadores, a monument that depicts and lists the 19th-century settlers who established the city. Using copper wire, sculptor Guillermo Vallejo created the statues to commemorate 150 years of Manizales. The location of the statues also offers panoramic views over the city vista and surrounding areas. Head to the nearby square to round out your visit. Put Monumento a los Colonizadores at the forefront of your travel plans using our Manizales trip itinerary planner.
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  • Very pleasant walk up the hill to see the story of Manizales. Great views all around and lots of little coffee and snack vendors at the bottom. 
    Very pleasant walk up the hill to see the story of Manizales. Great views all around and lots of little coffee and snack vendors at the bottom.  more »
  • The monument was located high above the city near the water tower museum (could not find a reference to the water tower on Trip Advisor). The views were pretty. The monument was good because there... 
    The monument was located high above the city near the water tower museum (could not find a reference to the water tower on Trip Advisor). The views were pretty. The monument was good because there...  more »

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