With the aim of providing better service to the Nicaraguan population, as well as to international tourists, the Mayor's Office of Citizen Power opened the “Roberto Sánchez” tourist service office in the San Pedro cemetery, declared a National Pantheon, by the National Assembly. .
This inauguration was presided over by comrade Enrique Armas Rosales, Vice Mayor of Managua, who said that this tourist service office bears the name of doctor and historian Roberto Sánchez, in recognition of his outstanding work in rescuing the historical memory of Managua.
The tourist service office will be open to the public from 8:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon, with the assistance of 2 tour guides, who will attend to the visitors of this National Pantheon in which they are buried distinguished Nicaraguan history personalities, including: Maestro Gabriel, the humanist Zacarías Guerra, General José Santos Zelaya, the musician Tino López Guerra and the creator of the National Anthem Salomón Ibarra Mayorga.
Asimismo, en esta ceremonia, también se ofreció un acto litúrgico por la memoria de los fallecidos en el terremoto que sufrió la ciudad de Managua en el año de 1972.[vc_images_carousel images=”7279,7280,7281,7282,7283,7284″ img_size=”large”]