Managua's Bicentennial Commemorative Mural is unveiled

In celebration of the Bicentennial of the appointment of Leal Villa de Managua, the Mayor's Office of Citizen Power unveiled a commemorative mural in the Luis Alfonso Velásquez Flores Park on Sunday morning, March 24.

This mural was inaugurated by Mayor Reyna Rueda, Vice Mayor Enrique Armas, members of the Honorable Council of Managua and special guests, among them, Deputy Edwin Castro, Vice Mayor of Tegucigalpa Juan Carlos García, as well as Mr. Harry Bodán, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Tourism of Quepos, Costa Rica.

At this event, comrade Reyna Rueda, Mayor of Managua, said that the mural expresses the history from its beginnings to that of the overpass, which reflects the commitment to continue working to improve the quality of life of the capital's families.

The inauguration of this artistic expression was held on a cultural morning with performances by the Marina Cárdenas municipal choir, in addition to a historical review presented by colleague Clemente Guido Martínez, Director of Municipal Historical Heritage.

The mural was sculpted by the plastic artist Rolando Bojorge, who reflected the history of Managua, from the footprints of Acahualinca to the Nejapa overpass, also, he portrayed Quetzalcóatl, the washerwomen of Tiscapa, the tradition of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, la Purísima, as well as emblematic monuments of the city, such as the statue of Montoya, Alexis Argüello and Sandino.

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