Bicentennial Independence Monument unveiled in Bolívar

The governor of the Bolívar state, Justo Noguera Pietri, together with the National Assembly deputy Antonio Benavides Torres and authorities of the Delta Amacuro state, unveiled this Saturday a Bicentennial Independence Monument, a replica of the saber of the Liberator Simón Bolívar, a landmark that pays tribute to the libertarian deed Batalla de Carabobo.

In front of the majestic Padre River, Orinoco, the emblematic work is located, in the Paseo Orinoco of Ciudad Bolívar, with a cultural activity impregnated with the national feeling and the love of a people that commemorated the emancipatory action of the heroes of the Homeland commanded by the Liberator, who with saber in hand, achieved victory in Campo de Carabobo on June 24, 1821. 

Noguera thanked the support of the Venezuela Bella Mission and the ConstruBolívar staff for the construction of the monolith, adding that the work has the quality standards instructed by the National Government.

He concluded by saying that “Bolívar in the midst of cultural events and the national tricolor, joins the states that pay deserved tribute to the 200 years of the Battle of Carabobo, to promote the libertarian spirit in each of Venezuelans, with a victorious future in the face of the sanctions, blockade and imperialist pretensions that yearn to subdue the glorious people of Venezuela ”, said the governor.

F1 Bicentennial Monument of the Battle of Carabobo, in front of the majestic Orinoco River, a national monolith honors the libertarian deed in Campo de Carabobo 



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