500 years after the Anti-imperialist Resistance, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, through the Directorate of Historical Heritage, held the II Academic Colloquium and an Exhibition of Photographic Ceramic Pieces on the morning of this Tuesday, February 28, in homage to the Cacique Diriangén, their original communities and General Sandino.
The activity was presided over by Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales, who affirmed that these conferences aim to contribute to the knowledge of history in the training of students.
“We are sure that it will be an enriching morning and we trust that after these 3 keynote speeches today, the boys will become even more interested in our history and begin to enjoy our museums, which are full of treasures,” said Armas.
Clemente Guido, Director of Historical Heritage and presenter of the Diriangén conference with Sandino, announced that it is a very important historical parallelism, which shows that for more than 500 years Nicaraguans have been defenders of national sovereignty, of self-determination of the people, the right to internally elect the authorities and mainly development as a population, from the original communities to the present day.
Guido highlighted that these conferences were accompanied by an archeology exhibition of ceramic pieces, discovered in different parts of Managua, including the most recent, which was last year and will be on display for three days at the Normal School, in charge of the Archaeologist Edgard Espinoza.