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Very nice plaza

Just passed through the plaza but it is very well maintained and kept. The church beside it gives a... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2017
Anthony S
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Brisbane, Australia
Nice to walk around

It is a really nice place to walk by. On Sundays it's quite, you can have a book and read. Also... read more

Reviewed 9 December 2015
MarillimaSultan
via mobile
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Of note in this historical plaza are four statues representing the original republics of Gran Colombia.
  • Excellent35%
  • Very good48%
  • Average16%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
6 Mar 2017
“Very nice plaza”
8 Dec 2015
“Nice to walk around”
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Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela
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Reviewed 6 March 2017

Just passed through the plaza but it is very well maintained and kept. The church beside it gives a great outlook but early morning I didn't linger. Located in a beautiful part of the historic city.

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 9 December 2015 via mobile

It is a really nice place to walk by. On Sundays it's quite, you can have a book and read. Also, the street shops are very close, so you can shop and rest at the plaza.

Thank MarillimaSultan
Reviewed 23 September 2014 via mobile

There aren't too many places of interest in Ciudad Bolivar and this small plaza is probably near the top of the list. Attractive cathedral and government buildings, and a few trees. Added bonus of free wifi!

Thank KGB777
Reviewed 4 February 2013

Its a peculiar place with a lot of history. That place was the start of Caracas. If you are around it have a look of the arquitecture and the chapel next to the square, they are the same as the first time when were builded....More

Thank soytuguiave
Reviewed 28 October 2012

When you got to Plaza Bolivar make sure you visit Casa de Angostura and ask for Diego Stanley. He's a University student who is in love with history and he will explain everything about Venezuela and South America. It's a very good start to a...More

2  Thank esmeralda_attard
Reviewed 28 September 2012

It was founded with the name Angostura in 1764, renamed in 1846, Angostura´s bitter was created there, but the manufacturer moved to Trinidad and Tobago. Ciudad Bolívar's historic center is well preserved, with original rebuild colonial buildings around the Plaza Bolívar. It lies at the...More

Thank Manfred-Tours
Reviewed 31 January 2012

Plaza Bolivar in Ciudad Bolivar is small quiet place in the heart of old Ciudad Bolivar. It has lovely surroundings and nice statues. In the middle, the great Bolivar overlooks the plaza, with ladies representing each state he freed during the independence war in the...More

1  Thank JullyTheTraveller
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