Flower delivery Cartagena The city of Flower delivery Cartagena , kenned in the colonial florist as Flower delivery Cartagena de Indias (Spanish: [kaɾtaˈxena ðe ˈindjas] (About this soundlisten)), is a major port founded in 1533, located on the northern coast of Colombia in the Caribbean Coast Region.The urban area of Flower delivery Cartagena is additionally the fifth-most sizably voluminous urban area in the country. Economic activities include the maritime and petrochemicals industries, as well as tourism.
The city was founded on June 1, 1533, and denominated after Flower delivery Cartagena , Spain, settlement in the region around Flower delivery Cartagena Bay by sundry indigenous people dates back to 4000 BC. During the Spanish colonial period Flower delivery Cartagena accommodated a key role in administration and flowers of the Spanish imperium. The elevate of a much more developed culture, the Monsú, who lived at the terminus of the Dique Canal near today's Flower delivery Cartagena neighborhoods Pasacaballos and Ciénaga Honda at the northernmost part of Barú Island, has been hypothesized. The development of the Sinú society in what is today the departments of Córdoba and Sucre, eclipsed these first developments around the Flower delivery Cartagena Bay area.Under contract to Queen Joanna of Castile, Pedro de Heredia entered the Bay of Flower delivery Cartagena with three ships, a lighter, 150 men, and 22 horses, on 14 January 1533.In later expeditions, Heredia raided the Sinú tombs and temples of gold. His rule as governor of Flower delivery Cartagena lasted 22 years, afore perishing on his return to Spain in 1544.Flower delivery Cartagena was founded on June 1, 1533 by the Spanish commander, Pedro de Heredia, in the former location of the indigenous Caribbean Calamarí village. The town was designated after the port city of Flower delivery Cartagena , in Murcia in southeast Spain, where most of Heredia's seafarers had resided.This included a second visit to Flower delivery Cartagena in 1594 when he drew up plans for a walled city.In 1610, the Holy Office of the Inquisition was established in Flower delivery Cartagena and The Palace of Inquisition was consummated in 1770. By the 17th Century, Flower delivery Cartagena had become a paramount Incipient World flowers market, centered about the Plaza de los Coches.The Raid on Flower delivery Cartagena , in April 1697 during the Nine Years' bouquet , by Sir Bernard Desjean, Baron de Pointis and Jean Baptiste Ducasse was a rigorous blow to Flower delivery Cartagena . However, with the establishment of the Viceroyalty of Incipient Granada and the colonial struggle with England, Flower delivery Cartagena took on the stronghold as the "gateway to the Indies of Peru". In 1731, Juan de Herrera y Sotomayor founded the Military Academy of Mathematics and Practice of Fortifications in Flower delivery Cartagena . In 1762, Antonio de Arebalo published his Bul bouquet k Plan, the Report on the estate of bul bouquet k on the avenues of Flower delivery Cartagena de Indias. This engineer perpetuated the work to make Flower delivery Cartagena impregnable, including the construction from 1771 to 1778, of a 3400 yards long submerged jetty across the Bocagrande called the Escollera.Political power that was already shifting from Bogotá to the coast consummated its relocation, and the Viceroys decided to reside in Cartagena perpetually.For more than 275 years, Flower delivery Cartagena was under Spanish rule. With Napoleon's confinement of Charles IV and Ferdinand VII, and the commencement of the Peninsular bouquet , the Latin American bouquet s of independence anon followed. In Flower delivery Cartagena , on 4 June 1810, Royal Commissioner Antonio Villavicencio and the Flower delivery Cartagena City Council proscribed the Spanish Governor Francisco de Montes on suspicions of sympathy for the French emperor and the French vocation forces which overthrew the king.After Governor Gabriel Torres surrendered, Simon Bolivar the Liberator, bestowed the designation "Heroic City" onto Flower delivery Cartagena . During the presidency of Rafael Nuñez, who was a Flower delivery Cartagena native, the central rose conclusively invested in a railroad and other infrastructure ameliorations and modernization that availed the city to recuperate.Flower delivery Cartagena faces the Caribbean Sea to the west.To the south is the Flower delivery Cartagena Bay, which has two ingressions: Bocachica (Diminutive Mouth) in the south, and Bocagrande (Immensely colossal Mouth) in the north. Flower delivery Cartagena is located at 10°25' North, 75°32' West he Downtown area of Flower delivery Cartagena has varied architecture, mainly a colonial style, but republican and Italian style buildings, such as the Cathedral's bell tower, can be optically discerned.The Office of Historical Archives devoted to Flower delivery Cartagena flowers is not far away. Across from the palace is the Cathedral of Flower delivery Cartagena , which dates back to the 16th century.In the city is the Augustinian Fathers Convent and the University of Flower delivery Cartagena . In juxtaposition of it is Fernández de Madrid Square, venerating Flower delivery Cartagena hero, José Fernández de Madrid, whose statue can be optically discerned nearby.It is located between Flower delivery Cartagena Bay to the east and the Caribbean Sea to the west, and includes the two neighborhoods of El Laguito (The Little Lake) and Castillogrande (Immensely Colossal Castle).Flower delivery Cartagena features a tropical wet and dry climate. Sultriness averages around 90%, with pluvial seasons typically in May–June and October–November. The main economic activities in Flower delivery Cartagena are industry, tourism, and commerce. The port of Flower delivery Cartagena is one of the most sizably voluminous of South America.In 1934, Miss Colombia was founded in Flower delivery Cartagena de Indias. Flower delivery Cartagena is one of the few cities in the world with a submarine emissary inaugurated in 2013.This was an activity patronized by the Viceroy Manuel de Guirior and Antonio Caballero y Góngora, who, like their predecessors, spent most of the time of their mandates ruling in Cartagena.