Pablo Escobar’s house museum demolished

Pablo Escobar’s house museum demolishe

Colombian authorities Monday demolished legendary drug lord Pablo Escobar’s House-Museum in Medellín, in a move to bring the so-called “narcotours” to an end.

Some 50 officials from the Departments of Security and Coexistence, Territorial Management and Control, and the Metropolitan Police participated in the operation Monday at the house in Loma del Indio, in El Poblado de Medellín.

The demolition order was imposed because the property had a two-story building that did not have the necessary permits for its operation, construction, and opening to the public.

The house was owned by Roberto Escobar Gaviria, alias ‘El Osito’, brother of the late leader of the Medellín Cartel.


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