Visits of Pope John Paul II to Nicaragua

Visits of Pope John Paul II to Nicaragua (HM1RGR)

Location: Managua, Managua 12001
Country: Nicaragua

N 12° 9.546', W 86° 16.485'

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Este obelisco y la Plaza de la Fe Juan Pablo II, conmemoran y honran las visitas que hiciera a Nicaragua su santidad Juan Pablo II; El 04 de marzo de 1983 y el 07 de febrero de 1996, respectivamente.La construcción de esta histórica obra, fue realizada por la administración municipal del Alcalde de Managua, Ingeniero Roberto Cedeño Borgen y la Vice Alcadesa Licenciada Leda Sanchez de Parrales; durante el periodo de su gestion municipal, 1997-2001Managua, julio - 31 de 2000. ...Se requiere el esfuerzo conjunto y coordinado de todos, superando intereses particulares y partidistas, para caminar hacia un progreso moral y espiritual, humano y social, basado en la educación, en los autenticos valores, capaces de hacer de Nicaragua una nación que sobresalga entra todas las del continente. Juan Pablo II. En ocasión de su segunda visita a Nicaragua, el dia 7 de febrero de 1996. Su Santidad Juan Pablo II, con su visita pastoral a Nicaragua, ha puesto sus ojos en los ojos de nuestro pueblo; y con su mirada, con su testimonio, con su presencia, ya nos ha dejado a Cristo. Su visita ha sido, sin duda, un acontecimiento de extraordinaria importancia histórica, que ha quedado marcada con piedra blanca en los anales de nuestra ciudad capital. Pero sobre todo es para nosotros, como creyentes, un acontecimiento eclesial y portador de gracia. Cardenal Miguel Obando y BravoReconocimientoEste obelisco fue terminado de construir en julio del año 2000, gracias al gentil patrocinio del excelentisimo Señor Presidente de la Republica de Nicaragua. Doctor Arnoldo Aleman LacayoEnglish translation:This obelisk and the Plaza of Faith John Paul II, commemorate and honor the visits made to Nicaragua by His Holiness John Paul II; On March 4, 1983 and February 7, 1996, respectively. The construction of this historical work was carried out by the municipal administration of the Mayor of Managua, Engineer Roberto Cedeño Borgen and Vice Mayor Leda Sanchez de Parrales; during the period of their municipal management, 1997-2001 Managua, July 31, 2000 ... a joint and coordinated effort is required, overcoming individual and party interests, in order to move towards a progress that is both moral and spiritual, both human and social, based on an education in the authentic values capable of making Nicaragua a nation that stands out amongst all the nations of the continent. John Paul II.On the occasion of his second visit to Nicaragua, February 7, 1996. His Holiness John Paul II, with his pastoral visit to Nicaragua, has set his eyes on the eyes of our people; and with his eyes, his testimony, his presence has led us to Christ. His visit was undoubtedly an event of extraordinary historical importance, which has been marked with white stone in the annals of our capital city. But above all it is for us, as believers, an ecclesial event and a bearer of grace. Cardinal Miguel Obando y Bravo Recognition This obelisk was finished in July 2000, thanks to the kind sponsorship of His Excellency the President of the Republic of Nicaragua. Doctor Arnoldo Aleman Lacayo
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HM NumberHM1RGR
Year Placed2000
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Monday, April 4th, 2016 at 5:01pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16P E 578905 N 1344251
Decimal Degrees12.15910000, -86.27475000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 12° 9.546', W 86° 16.485'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds12° 9' 32.76" N, 86° 16' 29.1" W
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near 2 Av. Noroeste, Managua Managua 12001, NI
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