In a town filled with charming squares, the Plaza de San Pedro Claver stands out for its delightful artwork by Eduardo Carmona. The wrought-iron figures depict Colombians in everyday tasks. An example is this barber sliding his razor against a leather strop attached to his empty chair. These whimsical statues are curtesy of the Museo de Arte Moderno. The art museum is located nearby in a 17th century customs house.