Iglesia y Plaza de San Nicolás
Address: Calle 32 and 33 between carreras 41 and 42.
Located in the center of the historic center of Barranquilla, it was the nucleus of the city's social and commercial activity until the middle of the 20th century. The temple presides over the Plaza de San Nicolás and on its eastern side is the Paseo de Bolívar. It was the first cathedral that the city had, until 1982, when the María Reina parish was elevated to the category of Cathedral. In 2005, the Ministry of Culture declared the church of San Nicolás de Tolentino as an Asset of National Cultural Interest.