The Rafael Uribe Palace of Culture is an open structure in Medellín, Colombia that houses social projects identified with the Department of Antioquia, for example, shows, meetings, and workmanship displays. Belgian draftsman Agustín Goovaerts structured the structure in a Gothic Revival style. The royal residence was named after Rafael Uribe, a General for the Colombian Liberal Party. The Palace of Culture is today viewed as a National Monument of Colombia and is unreservedly open to the general population. It houses the Institute of Culture and Heritage of Antioquia. Guests approach the recorded and photographical file, music and sound file, bistro, library, documentation focus, perpetual craftsmanship display, and "Rafael Uribe" Museum room. The enormous arch situated in the structure is likewise utilized as a hall and a projection room and can be utilized to watch films.