Ibargüen House

Ibargüen House (HM26L2)

Location: Guatemala, Guatemala
Country: Guatemala

N 14° 38.238', W 90° 30.79'

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Casa IbargüenTipo: Arquitectura CivilConstrucción: 1778 y 1898Estilo: Historicista / Art NoveauConocida antiguamente como "Palacio de Beltranena", fue la residencia de Mariano Beltranena y Llanos, firmante del acta de la independencia y presidente interino de la República Federal Centroamericana. En el interior de esta casa se realizó la "Celebración de Independencia en el Palacio de los Beltranena", acontecimiento que fue recreado en el tríptico que se exhibe en el Museo Nacional de Historia. En 1898, la casa fue adquirida por el Banco de Occidente, entidad que convirtió una parte del inmueble en la primera agencia de ese banco en la Ciudad de Guatemala; pasó a ser propiedad de la familia Ibargüen en 1905. Funcionó como extensión del Colegio La Preparatoria, convirtiéndose después en agencia del Banco Reformador. Es sede de la Dirección del Centro Histórico de la Municipalidad de Guatemala, desde el año 2009.
English:Ibargüen House Type: Civil Architecture Construction: 1778 and 1898 Style: Historicist / Art Noveau Formerly known as the "Palacio de Beltranena" [Beltranena Palace], it was the residence of Mariano Beltranena y Llanos, signatory of the Declaration of Independence and Acting President of the Central



American Federal Republic. The "Celebración de Independencia en el Palacio de Beltranena" [Celebration of the Independence at the Beltranena Palace] took place in this house, event that was recreated in the triptych displayed at the "Museo Nacional de Historia" [National Museum of History]. In 1898 the house was acquired by "Banco de Occidente", entity that turned part of the property into the first branch of that Bank in the City of Guatemala. It became the property of the Ibargüen family in 1905. It also served as an extension of the "Colegio La Preparatoria" School, turning later into a branch of the "Banco Reformador". It houses the "Dirección del Centro Histórico" [Office of the Historic Center] of the Guatemala City Council since the year 2009.
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HM NumberHM26L2
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Placed ByMunicipalidad de Guatemala
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Date Added Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 at 4:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)15P E 767872 N 1619680
Decimal Degrees14.63730000, -90.51316667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 14° 38.238', W 90° 30.79'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds14° 38' 14.28" N, 90° 30' 47.4" W
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Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling South
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 11 7A Avenida, Guatemala Guatemala , GT
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