Posts Tagged ‘Palacio Nacional de la Cultura’

The virtues of any good leader

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

If you remember, the virtues of any good leader are indicated on the balconies of the Palacio Nacional de la Cultura, honesty is one of them.

The tours are free for national residents to the Palacio foreigners must pay Q.40.00 to enter and you can go until 4:00 PM, my recommendation is to attend on weekdays when it is not to crowded.

Do you know the other virtues indicated in Palacio Nacional?

Las virtudes de todo buen gobernante están señaladas en los balcones del Palacio Nacional de la Cultura, la honestidad es una de ellas.

Las visitas guiadas son gratuitas para los residentes nacionales al Palacio, los extranjeros deben pagar Q.40.00 por ingresar y puedes asistir hasta las 4:00 PM, mi recomendación es asistir entre semana cuando no hay mucha gente.

¿Conoce las otras virtudes señaladas en el Palacio Nacional?

Time

Friday, May 13th, 2011

The recognized writer and radiophonic scriptwriter Douglas Adams said that time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so. I would add: unless you update a Daily Photo Blog.

Our photographic collection of clocks in Guatemala Daily Photo will grow without a doubt, in the meantime the clock located in Palacio Nacional de la Cultura keeps perfect time reminding its visitors that there is no such thing as lunchtime 😉

Playing in zigzag

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

These gardens are located just in front the Palacio Nacional de la Cultura in zona 1, today you could find several children playing on them.

Did you know that today it would be impossible to build the Palacio Nacional with the money that was made ​​at the time? two and a half million quetzales.

Another important factor was that the labor force that was used in that time was public employees and prisoners. The best known artists of the country were responsible for decorating with accessories such as balconies, floors, ceilings and many other details that you can find today.

The main photo is a representation slightly ironic but true, is a representation of our reality. Today is possible to play in front the Palacio, in another era, the military prisons that were in the building was not a matter of game, believe me.

You knew that the virtues of the man and of good government are represented in the presidential balcony?