The capital, home to almost one million inhabitants, has managed to preserve several buildings from the colonial period.
Located on Republic Square, this statue was erected in tribute to the man who gave his life for the independence of the Spanish colonies.
Managua is the most developed city in Nicaragua. It has plenty of shopping centres, cinemas, restaurants and bars, as well as a young and active population.
In addition to the informative texts, the museum holds a number of items that bear testimony to the history of South America, like statuettes dating from the Pro-Columbian Era.
Built in 1935, this monument first served as government offices before becoming an exhibition centre. You will notably find political explanations on the history of Nicaragua.
Appearing on the 500 Cordoba banknote, Benjamin Zeledon was the War Minister and the country's revolutionary president in 1912. He is considered to be a national hero.
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