Medellin, Colombia is rebuilding itself two decades after drug baron Pablo Escobar was killed.

This article titled “Medellín, Colombia: reinventing the world's most dangerous city” was written by Ed Vulliamy, for The Observer on Sunday 9th June 2013 08.00 UTC

The cable car floats over the mountainside above rickety rooftops, labyrinthine streets, palms and pylons of a barrio built by, and named after, the most renowned criminal of all time – Pablo Escobar. Below it lies what was until recently the fortress of the cocaine king, on the northeast edges of Medellín in Colombia.

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