The Salt Cathedral is a house built on the inside of the salt mines of Zipaquirá, Colombia. In reality, it is a tourist area, it's more like a museum that like a true temple professor because it is not the seat of any prior. The artistic and architectural design of the new cathedral of salt, it's own of the architect Bogotano Roswell Garavito Pearl, which left approved after the choice of the project which contained a total of 44 proposals in a contest called by the Colombian society of architects in 1990 ; while the technical direction of engineering was executed by the engineer bogotano Jorge Enrique Castelblanco Reyes. Inside is a rich artistic collection, especially of sculptures of salt and marble in an environment full of a deep religious sense that attracts tourists. The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is regarded as one of the architectural and artistic achievements most remarkable of the Colombian Architecture, earning the title of architecture of modernity. The importance of the cathedral, lies in its value as a cultural heritage, religious and environmental. The Underground Church is part of the cultural complex "Park of the Salt", thematic cultural space dedicated to the mining, geology and natural resources.