According to the book of Castro, Montería was founded May 1, 1777 by Spanish officer Antonio De La Torre y Miranda and gave it the name "San Jeronimo de Buenavista" The city, which was named Montería by its residents and on the east side of the river Sinú moved to the west of Sinú.
A partir del jueves 11 de junio de 2015 se inaugurará la exposición colectiva “Dimensiones Paralelas” en el MUZAC, Museo Zenu de Arte Contemporáneo, en la cual los artistas Danny Esquenazi, Juan Carlos Amaya, Juan Ricardo Mejía, Sebastián Trujillo y el venezolano Yanel Sánchez, mostrarán sus trabajos.
At Ronda Del Sinu, take a stroll along the banks of the river Sinu to discover a diverse array of wildlife. Keep an eye out for an abundance of birds, iguanas, and monkeys. Choose from a range of activities, including children's parks, skating areas, cultural areas, and many kinds of restaurants.
Montería is a city located in northern Colombia, capital of the Colombian province Cordoba. The city is located 50 km from the Caribbean sea at the river Sinú. The city and region are famous for their different cultural heritage, a mixture of Zenú Indians, African colonial descendants, Spanish descendants, and recently, Arab immigrants.