Starting this Thursday, November 22, the families of the capital will be able to enjoy the Christmas tree that the Municipal Government lit in the midst of lights, a musical concert and the performance of the play The Nutcracker in the Roberto Clemente square of the Luis Alfonso Velásquez Flores park.
The tree is 18 meters high, with different Christmas motifs designed by Nicaraguan artists, a work of art worthy of the family photo that Nicaraguans are used to.
The concert was in charge of the municipal band of the Mayor's Office of Managua, which interpreted the Christmas carols and themes of the time, the play The Nutcracker was performed by the Nicaraguan Ballet Company.
The public present enjoyed the cultural waste that preceded the lighting of the tree in family unity, harmony and peace, the tree was lit by Mayor Reyna who reiterated the will of the Central Government chaired by Commander Daniel Ortega to restore peace for all Nicaraguans .
“We thank God who allows us to continue working together for another year to bring peace, harmony, and the joy of living together as a family to families, that is the mandate of the Revolutionary Government presided over by Commander Daniel and Vice President Rosario Murillo. , peace and harmony is the greatest treasure of families ”.
Francisco Rosales with his wife and three children enjoyed the start of the Christmas holidays as a family.
"I thank God that our children can enjoy these end of the year parties, Christmas is the holiday that brings families together and invites us to reconciliation, it is beautiful to be able to enjoy the altars in honor of the Virgin and of this tree, all close here in the park and on Avenida Bolívar, ”said Rosales.
The Christmas tree was lit in the middle of the preparations for the great Marian cry of Who Causes So Much Joy? There are 50 altars made in honor of the Virgin Mary and that hundreds of Nicaraguans will be able to enjoy from this weekend.[vc_images_carousel images=”15020,15021,15022,15023,15024,15025,15026,15027,15028,15029,15030,15031,15032,15033″ img_size=”large”]