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Colombia‘s architecture has been heavily influenced throughout history by Spanish culture, as well as by French, English, and American architecture. Colombia’s cities vary dramatically between these architectural styles, along with colonial and postmodern-style architecture. Bogotá, Colombia’s capital, has been heavily influenced by different types of architecture, with colonial buildings situated next to modern structures. We take a tour through Bogota’s postmodern architectural buildings.
Las Torres del Parque was also designed by the architect Rogelio Salmona and was completed in 1968. This area is made up of three individual high rise buildings, in the postmodern orange brick style, which are home to apartments and gardens. This architectural marvel was designed to create harmony between the city and the environment, allowing residences and public spaces to be combined.