Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum

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The Inquisition Palace is an eighteenth-century building, often regarded as one of the finest examples of late colonial architecture, that was used as the seat of the Holy Office of the Inquisition in Cartagena. It was finished by 1770, and it currently serves as a museum displaying historical artifacts, such as torture equipment.

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