Casa del Apostolado, Centro Cultural Pablo VI (Coro, Venezuela)

As the second oldest city in Venezuela, Coro's architecure is one of the only surviving examples of Indigenous, Spanish, and Dutch Mudejar architectural styles in the Caribbean with its distinctive clay structures. It was one of the first colonial cities in America, founded in 1527, and includes over 600 historic structures of which this is one of them.

A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1993, Coro and its port was placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger in 2005, following exceptional rainfall and consequent damage to the cities of Coro and La Vela in late 2004 and early 2005.

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Taking digital images at the photogrammetry workshop of IAM Venezuela and The Arc/k Project held in Coro, 2018. Photographer: Luis Chacin.


Nr. 33, Calle Zamora and Miranda corner
Santa Ana de Coro
Falcón State