Marina Santa Marta
Strategically located in Santa Marta, Colombia on the northern Caribbean coast, the brand new marina is a comprehensive, modern yachting destination, offering 256 berths, accommodating vessels from 25-132 feet (7.6m-40m), with a maximum draft of 11 feet (3.5m) and a maximum beam of 29 feet (9m). Set to become a sportfisherman’s haven, Marina Santa Marta’s strategic location within the Caribbean is also within close proximity to the Panama Canal.
The Department of Magdalena was established over 100 years ago as a sovereign state and it was organized strategically in the political and administrative order by the Constitution of 1886, in the moment it lacked a coat of arms.
It was in 1530, where the construction on the first floor served as a prison and the second floor had the government agencies. In 1666, it was the seat of Provincial Government, and then it became host of the Government.
This building is considered to be the first architectural structure made by the Spanish not only in the city but in South America, located in the historical center (or downtown) of Santa Marta, which was where the city originally was founded and which has survived fires and earthquakes.
Located at the corner of Calle Real and Calle Grande (17th street), with Callejon Real or Callejon Don Pedro Salas (4th Avenue) in the historic city center, this house which is a colonial jewel was built in 1745.
The Cathedral of Santa Marta was the first basilica built in Latin America and its construction dates back to 1765, with the management of the former Governor Don Andrés Pérez.
Construction began in 1765 and although it was inaugurated on May 30, 1810 the official date of completion of the work was January 4, 1811, so it was cataloged as a problemic construction.
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