Jaime Villa Herrera.
The design collects the most representative places of the city portraying them in a stylized way and using a chromatic with tropical tones, which are characteristic of the city.
The mural is a composition that takes existing items in the city like buildings, churches and antique houses of Las Peñas Neighborhood, monuments, vegetation details along with pictures of colorful sites and landmarks of the city such as the Municipality, the Rotunda Hemicycle, Seminario Park, among others.
The drawings were made of ceramic that later were captured in tiles. The ceramic coating was made in high and bas-reliefs and was glued with Portland cement; the joins were filled with porcelain.