Monument to Indian Woman Catalina

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The monument to India Catalina was created by the Spanish sculptor Eladio Gil Zambrana and it was presented in 1974. The monument is a tribute to the Carib people that inhabited the land before the Spanish Conquest. The bronze statue depicts Catalina, a beautiful woman who acted as interpreter to Pedro de Heredia upon the arrival of the Spaniards.

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