With the presentation of different artistic numbers, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, through the Directorate of Culture, celebrated on the afternoon of this Friday, April 29, the International Day of Monuments, Historic Sites and Dance, in order to give to know and make the population aware of the value of heritage wealth.
This artistic and cultural event took place in the gardens of the Central Park of Managua and was chaired by the Mayoress of the capital, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who expressed the commitment of the Good Government in the conservation and protection of historical and cultural heritage.
“We must celebrate it because we have a government that has rescued and strengthened the fact that we Nicaraguans know more about our historical sites, monuments and dance. Today we are honoring those wonderful places and what better place to be in front of our cathedral declared historical heritage of the nation in the year 2000”, said Rueda.
The Mayoress of Managua also highlighted the joint work between the Central and Municipal Governments to preserve the historic center of the capital, "thanks to the opening of recreation and leisure spaces where families come and enjoy."