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President reopened house of culture in Cagua

"We are rescuing the heritage and artistic values ​​of the Aragua state," said Maduro.

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, reopened this Friday together with the first combatant, Cilia Flores, the Jorge Rafael Gómez House of Culture, located near Plaza Sucre in Cagua, Sucre municipality of Aragua state.

“We are rescuing the heritage and artistic values ​​of the Aragua state in this house of culture in Cagua,” he said.

The Head of State toured the spaces and confirmed the comprehensive rehabilitation work in the house of culture, which included the conditioning of floors, ceilings and walls, as well as the adaptation and restructuring of bathrooms, lounges and recreation areas.

The space also has rooms for music, dance and painting, as well as areas dedicated to galleries, libraries, recording studios and dressing rooms.

During the activity, Maduro announced that in the next six months we will have a house for culture in all municipalities.

Maduro highlighted that study, culture and sport is the perfect training because in each of them one forges values ​​for the future.

The intervention of spaces is part of the fourth vertex of the Great Mission Viva Venezuela, my beloved Homeland called “More infrastructures for culture. Network of Viva Venezuela houses.

House of culture “Plaza Sucre”, located in Cagua, Sucre municipality of Aragua state

The Head of State arrived in Cagua accompanied by a motorized caravan from Villa de Cura in the state of Aragua where he delivered recovered areas in the Hospital “Dr. “Jose Rafael Rangel”

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