Inside Drug Lord Pablo Escobar's Estate

The sprawling estate that was once home to the world's most notorious narco-terrorist, Pablo Escobar, has been turned into a theme park, attracting 50,000 visitors a year.

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    Escobar's Estate

    Escobar's 4,000-acre Hacienda Napoles, located between Bogota and Medelin, now attracts 50,000 visitors a year.
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    Escobar's Hippos

    Pablo Escobar introduced hippos to South America, many of which now bask in the waters of the estate that the drug lord never finished. The hippos have no natural predators in Colombia, and are growing at an alarming pace.
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    Escobar's Hippos

    Pablo Escobar introduced hippos to South America, many of which now bask in the waters of the estate that the drug lord never finished. The hippos have no natural predators in Colombia, and are growing at an alarming pace.
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    Escobar's Cars

    Escobar, who controlled approximately 80 percent of the world's drug supply, was reportedly gunned down during a standoff with police in 1993. The 4,000-acre Hacienda Napoles, located between Bogota and Medelin, included a private runway and Escobar's car collection.
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    Bull Ring

    The 4,000 acre estate was built with its own bull ring.
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    Theme Park

    The Colombian government insists that the theme park is not intended to glorify Escobar's career as an infamous narco-terrorist, but that his place in the country's history is significant. 
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    Pablo Escobar

    Pablo Escobar controlled 80 percent of the world's cocaine trade until he was reportedly shot by police officers in 1993.
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