What does it mean to speak about Pablo Escobar in Medellin? In this experience we will give you an answer to this big question, we will learn about the importance of memory and we will rebuild the vision of narcoterrorism in the city from the perspective of its victims.
Through the visit of the places that are now vestiges of what happened as were the neighborhoods that became gathering places and settlements for the criminal life, the unit responsible for fighting against these crimes, the gallery of the famous San Pedro Museum Cemetery and the House of Memory Museum, we shall gather stories by the victims of these massive attacks and selective murders.
Through this experience you will contribute to the change of collective consciousness, delivering a message of memory and reflection on narco-terrorism in Colombia.
Transportation - Round Trip
Food - Snacks
Drinks - Soft Drinks
Entrance Fee / Tickets
Community Contribution - A portion of the price goes to reinvesting in needs identified in the territories we visit.
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
Tips for vendors
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Special clothing required - Athletic - Comfortable clothes and shoes
Difficulty Level - Easy
Bajo la Piel de Medellín of the Foundation Compás Urbano is a project that seeks - to add from different visions - to rediscover and understand the city from and with the eyes of citizens, through Community-Based Tours.
MINIMUM TO OPERATE
DEADLINE TO BOOK
72 hours prior to the start of the experience
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