Caracas, Jun 29 (Prensa Latina) As part of the celebrations for the Bicentenary of the Declaration of Independence of Venezuela, a tour around the historic landmarks will be opened in Caracas, revealed the head of government of the Capital District, Jacqueline Faria.
Faria explained in an interview to the television channel Vive TV that the tour will cover areas restored by the government such as the Museum Coreo of the Carmelites, the Vice Presidency, the National Archives, the Holy Church Chapel, the House of Music and Cathedral and the Golden Lion hotels, among other facilities.
Faria said the permanent tourist route will be a gift from the Bicentenary to Caracas and will join other programs developed by the administration to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of Venezuela on July 5.
Faria announced that the agenda includes the cultural occupation of the capital’s historic center, to be held day and night, on July 8, 9 and 10.
The program includes activities organized by the embassies of various countries accredited to Venezuela, to show the culture, history and achievements of those nations.
The creation, from July 5 to 6, of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean (ECLAC), integrator bloc of all countries of the continent except the United States and Canada, will be another event to coincide with the festivities.