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Capital cemeteries prepared to receive visitors this coming November 2

The day of cleaning and beautification of the capital's cemeteries is in the final stretch, as was announced by Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales, during a tour of the General Cemetery, the morning of this Tuesday, October 24.

"Monitoring how the work of the different cemeteries managed by the Managua Mayor's Office is progressing, ahead of the day on November 2, when we have a large number of colleagues visiting where the remains of their beloved and remembered family members rest," commented the mayor of the capital.

At the same time, he highlighted that one of the largest cemeteries in Managua is the General Cemetery, which has an area of 39 blocks and where nearly a million people rest.

Among the tasks carried out by the municipality inside the cemeteries is the clearing of undergrowth, clearing of trees, evacuation of all sediments, signaling of the main roads and maintenance of the internal streets with patching, with a staff of 120 permanent workers, distributed in all the cemeteries of Managua.

This special plan in the General Cemetery worked for 4 weeks, from Monday to Sunday with a staff of 26 workers and to date 700 cubic meters of sediment and organic garbage have been evacuated.

For the maintenance of these cemeteries, we also work in coordination with the District Delegations, the Decoration Directorate, the Infrastructure Directorate, the MINSA and the Fire Department.

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