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Juan Colombo Hall

The traditional Palmaroga Hotel building has kept in time a priceless treasure: the unique style, that stands as a witness of the pass of the last century. This architectural wonder is not just a random creation, but an artwork of a milanese man named Juan Colombo, who arrived to Paraguay at the age of 22 years old, and fruit of his love to the guarani land, the most amazing buildings were built, such as the first Courthouse or the "Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación" temple, declared as National Historical Monument in 1992.

As a well deserved tribute, Palmaroga named "Juan Colombo" to his hall, a privileged space that evokes the greatness of the talented european man. Its 104,84 square meters makes it the largest hall in the hotel.

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