Pablo Escobar’s Reputed Beachfront Hideout in Tulum is Open to Public

A posh beachfront resort believed to have been built by Pablo Escobar is open to guests.

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Pablo Escobar, the godfather of the Medellin Cartel in Colombia in February 1988.
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Fotos: Adriana Mocciola
Luz María Escobar, Pablo Escobar's sister, shared this photo with Telemundo 51. He is pictured with his mother.
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Photos of Pablo Escobar from a family album owned by his sister Luz María Escobar, who shared images with Telemundo 51.
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Pablo Escobar with his son.
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