This morning the capital commune inaugurated the new archaeological room of the Miguel Larreynaga school in the Pochocuape region, which is made up of a dozen pieces of ceramics discovered in the community's houses, and which were donated to the Mayor's Office of Managua for your protection.
The new room will allow to share with the population and the educational community the pieces of pre-Columbian origin to strengthen the learning of our ancestral roots, learn about the cultural heritage and in this way, rescue the original cultural identity, it will also make known about what should be to do when this type of evidence is found.
The Director of Historical Heritage of the Mayor's Office, Compañero Clemente Guido, shared that this is the first educational archaeological hall created in a Managua region, and will be jointly administered by the Mayor's Office of Managua and by the Miguel Larreynaga Public Institute, which has given a space so that the room is a reality.
According to the evidence discovered, which will be exhibited in the Pochocuape Archaeological Room, it was a Chorotega indigenous community and its inhabitants inhabited it from at least 800 AD to date.
In addition to this archaeological room, the Pochocuape region has the Coronel Santos López library, which was inaugurated five years ago, and which still provides services to the educational community of the sector.