Presentation of the Cultural Tourist Route in the Monuments of Edith Gron

Paying homage to illustrious personalities, the Mayor's Office of Managua, through the Directorate of Historical Heritage, held a commemorative act and placed a floral offering in the General Cemetery where the remains of the sculptor Edith Gron rest, who on March 15 turned 32 years of having passed to another plane of life.

Edith Gron was an outstanding Nicaraguan sculptor born in Denmark and throughout her life she sculpted various monuments that are now a reference in our capital city, including the El Relevo monument located at the main entrance of the Palacio de Telecomunicaciones, the monument to Cacique Diriangén, Andrés Castro and General José Dolores Estrada, as well as the bust of Rubén Darío located at the main entrance of the National Theater, which are now part of a cultural tourist route, called “the monuments of Edith Gron”.

Within the commemorative day, a mosaic in her honor was also unveiled, later a tour of the monuments sculpted by the artist that are located in different parts of the city began.

This activity was chaired by colleague Clemente Guido, Director of Historical Heritage, who highlighted Edith Gron's contributions to history through art.

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