Find here what has been published and reviewed of Casa Terracota in the Media.

There was an old man who lived in a clay pot – Bricsys – December 2019

World’s largest clay house! – ZoominTV / Zoomin Local Heroes – September 2019

Villa de Leyva Casa Terracota – Brit on the Move – June 2019

6 razones para visitar Villa de Leyva, el destino de moda – El Tiempo – June 2019

Casa Terracota: ¡una porcelana gigante en Boyacá! – – March 2019

La Casa Terracota de Octavio Mendoza – Caracol Radio – February 2019

Casa Terracota: The World’s Biggest Pottery – Travel is Life – February 2019

Casa Terracota, una casa impresa en 3D en Colombia – 3DNatives – February 2019

Dentro del Extraño Mundo de la Casa Terracota – NomadBiba – October 2018

Casa Terracota – Atlas Obscura

Casa Terracota, una vivienda inusual – Universidad Central – July 2017

Arquitectura a prueba de asombro – La Cuisine International – January 2017

Casa Terracota – – December 2017

¿Sabías que en Boyacá se creó la cerámica más grande del mundo? – – February 2016

La Casa Terracota, construcción en armonía con la naturaleza – Abilia

Could This Surreal Terracotta House Be the World’s Largest Piece of Pottery? – Atlas Obscura – July 2015

La Cerámica más grande del mundo – Viajestic – March 2015

Casa Terracota in Colombia by Octavio Mendoza – CFile.Daily – October 2015

35 razones por las que vivir en Colombia es la PEOR idea – Buzzfeed – Febrero 2015

‘Flintstones’ House Made Entirely of Clay Attracts Visitors – NBC News – February 2014

Colombia’s Flintstone House Is Made Entirely from Baked Clay – Oddity Central – April 2014

Terracota, esta casa en Colombia está hecha de pura cerámica – El Comercio – December 2014

Casa Terracota – Octavio Mendoza – Arquitectura Crítica – June 2013

Casa de barro fue construida en Villa de Leyva (Boyacá) por un arquitecto – El Tiempo – November 2008

Casa Terracota – Lonely Planet

Visiting hours

Monday to Sunday
8:30am to 5:30pm

Important information: Casa Terracota will be closed from Monday 16th of 2020 until further notice, due to the recent official advice given on the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Entry Casa Terracota

Adults: COP $15.000
Children up to 12 years of age: COP $8.000

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