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Citizens of the capital already have a Museum of Traditions of Managua

This Monday, July 31, the Good Government through the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, inaugurated the Museum in honor of the Festivities of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, as part of the rescue of historical and cultural memory.

The inauguration was presided over by Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who stated that this museum will be open to Nicaraguan and foreign families, from Monday to Sunday, from 8:00 in the morning to 5:00 in the afternoon.

"It is important to let families know how our Traditional Festivals of Managua have been carried out over the years, especially with our Patron Saint, we have been articulating efforts with the different traditionalist committees, in this case with the Traditionalist Committee of Chargers and This is part of our Managua traditions and cultures,” said the mayor of the capital.

At the same time, he stressed that this exhibition contains a series of complete exhibitions, where families can learn about the origin, development and meaning of these festivities.

Enrique Armas Rosales, Vice Mayor of Managua, also announced that the museum is located in Gancho de Caminos, in the heart of Managua's festivities.

José Alarcón, from the Santo Domingo de Guzmán Traditionalist Committee of Carriers and known as Chepe Largo, expressed that they are proud to have this museum delivered by the Good Government authorities, "at this time of the Santo de Domingo festivities de Guzmán, in the schools they let the children investigate who Santo Domingo is and what the festivities are like, then they will come here and we will guide them better”.

The collection will expose everything related to the August festivities in Managua, with a description of the popular festival and the presentation of its protagonists; where the visitor will be able to appreciate the first rock that was used to transfer Santo Domingo to Managua, a replica of the image and the plume of the Cacique Mayor.

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