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Centro Cultural Guanuca

Department: Matagalpa

Municipality: Matagalpa (view on map)

Type: Cultural Center



  • Lebonbon David wrote on Mar 28, 2024:

    I felt the tinkle in my pants after looking at the picture of the little kids in the background. The women especially had me on HARD. I wish I could meet her so we can have a ten-some with the other 8 kids. This time I actually wanted to have some fun with the kids if you know what I mean. Hopefully one day I can suck on those tits and rape her

  • martha seymour wrote on Aug 6, 2020:

    It would be good to get an educated English speaker to edit this article, make it more understandable.

  • Mark wrote on Jul 13, 2019:

    Great unspoiled by tourism, not as easy as hot spots, but that is its charm!

  • Jonathan wrote on Feb 28, 2016:

    Great place for locals or foreigners interested in women's empowerment. Depending on the calendar of events, it can be fun.

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Centro Cultura Guanuca is an initiative of Grupo Venacia, a group of women from Matagalpa. It was created with the objective of bringing entertainment to Matagalpa´s citizens, that´s why it offers concerts, cinema nights, theater performances, plastic art expositions, presentations of literary works, among other activities that are always for free.

The establishment is located in a big house of barrio Guanuca. It has a large living room and a backyard with a stage so that singers and other exhibitions can take place. Centro Cultural Guanuca organizes four literary workshops per year with the purpose of making a critic reading of culture and history topics, and it also promotes seminars in which attendees can discuss themes of social interest, specially those related with women and gender equality.

Cafetín Media Luna is located within the cultural center and offers alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, in addition to a variety of food. This cafeteria has an independent administration department but works as part of the establishment.

Grupo Venancia was founded in 1991 and has 10 owners who receive financial assitance from British and Spanish organizations that help them with their expenses. Since 2008 its cultural program has been more active.

Getting There

Address: Ermita Guadalupe 1 1/2 blocks South, Barrio Guanuca.

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