The Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, inspected the recovery efforts of Campo de Carabobo, within the framework of the Bicentennial of the emancipatory feat that sealed the Independence of Venezuela.
During the tour, the official supervised the progress of the rehabilitation of emblematic monuments of the place and the construction of tourist and historical routes that will contribute to placing the Campo at the forefront.
Accompanied by the Minister of Interior, Justice and Peace, Carmen Melendez, Rodríguez verified the construction of the Great Bicentennial Monument, the architectural restoration of the Diorama and the Mirador, in addition to the Monumental complex, made up of Avenida Los Próceres, Arco del Triunfo, Monument to the Unknown Soldier, Mirror of Water and the Altar of the Fatherland.
Subsequently, the vice president and the Bicentennial Presidential Commission inspected the progress in the restoration of the Historic Route, made up of 106 landmarks and the 9 monoliths that trace the route that the Liberator made during the Battle of Carabobo.
Likewise, they approached the Tourist Cycle Route that covers 3 square meters across the length and breadth of the Field and which plans to turn the place into an area for family recreation.
Finally, Rodríguez verified the fulfillment of the comprehensive care of the communities of the point and circle in public lighting and construction of 20 water wells, work in charge of the Mayor's Office of the Libertador municipality.