This is one of the most peaceful places in the city of Medellin. Here is where art and death combine. One can arrive easily, you just get to the station metro line hospital system A. Each full moon this cemetery is open to the public. You can participate in artistic activities such as concerts and plays.
The city of Medellin is known for its flower festival in late July - early August, but it's also worth visiting in December, to admire the Christmas decorations. The lights of the city are a source of great pride (in fact, this is quite controversial, when you consider the number of homeless people in Colombia), and every year there are new innovations. Plenty of people come for a weekend just to see the lights.
This hospital is one of the few in America with blocks (there are four: one in Chile and two in the US). It was built about 95 years ago, and designed by a French architect who never visited Colombia. The plans came and went in the mail. It is considered a piece of national architectural heritage. But beyond its architecture, this is a leading hospital in all fields, especially in medicine of high complexity. It is a national and regional leader in renal transplantation. It has 5 intensive care units and 650 beds.