Mazatlan City Council and INAH Sinaloa coordinated work


MAZATLÁN.- The Secretary of the City Council, José de Jesús Flores Segura, received the director of the INAH Sinaloa Center, Servando Rojo Quintero, to establish a coordinated work for the preservation, conservation, protection and dissemination of the cultural and historical heritage of the Mazatlecos.

The municipal official said that Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres is interested in providing the Municipality’s support to the National Institute of Anthropology and History in all historical monument themes.

For its part, Rojo Quintero mentioned that Mazatlán is one of the few ports that have historical heritage, which gives it great value; hence the importance of the presence of INAH for the protection of the area of ​​historical and modern monuments.

He added that also the Government of Mazatlan and its conflicts with INAH will work on a working relationship and gave as an example the exhibition of the “Mamut de Ecatepec” that is currently in the Archaeological Museum of the port, and that has received up to one thousand people per day.

Source: pmxportal

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