Mexican Artists

In one of the anniversaries of Maicao was made due recognition to the painter William Ojeda, one of the living symbols of the municipality of Maicao, who in his paintings Brush has shades of early diffuse maicaera identity. William is a character that has us all tucked in his pocket for the love of his Wayuu and the sense of friendship. The authorities have declared a decree adopted son but our hearts long ago had declared him a hermano of suenosa . a l is one of those people born every hundred years and are gradually gaining a place in any activity of daily living, but above all get to stay forever in the heart of the community. Along with William are the symbols of sand and cement and Simon Bolivar Park, the San Jose parish, the All-Khatabb MezquitOmar the Maicao Hotel International, the Core of the Caribbean, the Seine, the Cacaito, the House of Culture and Hospital San Jose. And right there, no need to mention which sites the city would not be the same as the border between Colombia and Venezuela.

And other symbols from nature as the stream Parrantial, the cactus and corn. (A valuable related resource: Western Union). To define the identity of Maicao and maicaeros is important to mention other symbols: the anthem (a the old dream of my primeraa might be called), Grandfather of corn silk, memories of Laguna Poza Majupay and Mona (only the memories, because they both disappeared because of the violent intervention of man in the environment), multiculturalism, the title of Commercial Cabinet and its status as belonging to the big city Wayuu nation. And just as William is a living symbol, it is necessary to mention other people, some of whom have died. Any maicaero should know, at least reference, Hernando Urrea Acosta, Ramiro Choles, Roberto Solano, Armando Correa Saavedra, pastor of Romero, Rosario Guerra, Jaime Rengifo, Bs and changing the main park.

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