Museum National Palace of the Culture, Managua

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Explore an important part of Nicaraguan history with a visit to Museum National Palace of the Culture, a grandiose structure that houses the national museum. Commissioned by President Juan Bautista Sacasa in 1935 and built by architect Pablo Dambach, the building is one of the country's oldest structures undamaged by the devastating earthquake of 1972. Having housed the national congress for over 50 years, the building now holds the national library and the national museum, displaying pre-Columbian petroglyphs among other artifacts connected to Nicaraguan history. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Managua holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Museum National Palace of the Culture and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • The National Palace of culture, houses the National Museum, which is located in the old centre of the city of Managua, in the square of the Republic from 1972 known as plaza de la Revolución, neighbor to the Palace are the old cathedral of Managua and the Presidential Palace called the peoples House. The Palace can observe, in the pre-Columbian statues found on the island of Ometepe, lobby painting of the battle of San Jacinto and different rooms of the Museum which are: Hall of natural history of the physical and geological reviews, room of pathologically, room of pre-Columbian ceramics, traditional art among others. the prices are accessible to domestic and foreign. I invite you to know the history of this village.
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  • Is an excellent place to know about all the diverse culture of Nicaragua, from times immemorial with remains of mammoth until the art contemporary, with works artistic of painters of it today.
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  • This museum begins with the big bang and Nicaragua's geologic state, and ends with the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadores and the Nicaraguan resistance against them - no modern history here, which ...  read more »
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