Casa Presidencial, Managua

Casa Presidencial, Managua (must see)

Casa Presidencial is the main office of Nicaragua's president. The Casa Presidencial was opened in 1931 during the presidency of Jose Maria Moncada. Three months later it was partially damaged in an earthquake. In 1934 the Casa Presidencial was restored by General Anastasio Somoza García. It was also used as a house for his sons who were also presidents. In 1972 the building was damaged again due to a powerful earthquake. It was restored and now the current president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, lives here. Ortega is known as the leader of the Sandinista National Liberation Front.

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Casa Presidencial on Map

Sight Name: Casa Presidencial
Sight Location: Managua, Nicaragua (See walking tours in Managua)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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Walking Tours in Managua, Nicaragua

Create Your Own Walk in Managua

Create Your Own Walk in Managua

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Managua Introduction Walking Tour

Managua Introduction Walking Tour

Managua is one of the most beautiful cities in Nicaragua. It has many places to visit, such as parks, monuments, promenades, old buildings and beautiful avenues. There are historic attractions that have great importance for the city and nation. Take the following tour to discover this unique area and see its great attractions!

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.2 Km or 1.4 Miles