The Acahualinca Museum temporarily closed
ViaNica.com | Jan 6, 2006
Works are realized to restore and to improve the walls that protect the excavation where the original footprints can be appreciated (which date from approximately 6,000 years ago)
The traces, discovered in 1874, belong to persons and animals of the prehistoric times, preserved in volcanic stone. Its name was given after the place in which they were discovered: the Acahualinca neighborhood of Managua, located on the banks of the lake Xolotlán.