Wednesday, May 18, 2011

BOLIVIA - A "Museum of the Revolution" in the hometown of President

The head of state Evo Morales announced April 21 the construction Orinoca, his native village, a "museum of the Revolution" dedicated to decolonization, the "liberation" of the Andean peoples and work his government. Orinoca is located 450 km from La Paz in the department of Oruro, on the plateau of the Altiplano.

According to the Bolivian newspaper Los Tiempos, the cost of this museum will be three million. "It will be a museum of cultural and democratic revolution, where students [...] may conduct research, studies, access to documents on the process of national liberation," said Morales at a meeting held in Orinoca with local authorities and groups of students.

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