Thousands of people participated yesterday in the second edition of “La Noche de las Embajadas”, an initiative organized by the Foreign Ministry, for which more than 20 foreign venues opened simultaneously from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m., in addition to the Palacio San Martín and the Casa Patria Grande President Néstor Kirchner.
In these institutions, cultural programs and numerous activities were offered free of charge to the general public and after the success of the first edition in November 2022, this new call offered a series of artistic proposals such as art exhibitions in the different locations. , books, typical dances, music, poetry and much more.
In addition, the public was able to be part of a unique architectural proposal, touring different emblematic buildings of the city of Buenos Aires at night, reported the ministry in charge of Santiago Cafiero.
Within the framework of the event, the Chief of Staff of the Foreign Ministry, Luciana Tito, highlighted the large turnout and considered that it was “a very good opportunity for the whole family to come and recognize this beautiful cultural heritage.”
“It is a night to travel, because visiting each of the embassies you can get to know the culture, taste the food, become familiar with the art of different countries and travel through South America, Central America, North America, Europe or Asia,” he said. Titus.
The diplomatic offices of Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Colombia, South Korea (Cultural Center), El Salvador, United Arab Emirates, United States of America (Icana headquarters center), Spain, Greece, Hungary, Mexico, Pakistan, State of Palestine, Panama (participates in Casa Patria Grande), Türkiye (cultural center), Uruguay, Mission of the League of Arab States, Casa Patria Grande.
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