La Paz, for the first time will have its pavilion at Expocruz: it will offer up to 5,000 marraquetas daily

La Paz, for the first time will have its pavilion at Expocruz: it will offer up to 5,000 marraquetas daily

September 16, 2022, 17:09 PM

September 16, 2022, 17:09 PM

La Paz, for the first time, will have its own pavilion at Expocruz 2022. It will be a space in which between 3,000 and 5,000 marraquetas will be offered, which will arrive from the Government Headquarters.

Ivan Aries, mayor of La Paz, highlightedin the presence of entrepreneurs from La Paz and invited the public to visit the pavilion of the Autonomous Municipal Government of La Paz. There you can enjoy the marraquetas, an icon of La Paz gastronomy.

Rodney Miranda, Secretary of Culture and Tourism, He specified that every day will come to the fair sample between 3,000 to 5,000 marraquetas to the La Paz pavilion.

Miranda noted that, for the first time, the municipality of La Paz will have its own pavilion. The facilities have a decoration that shows murals and urban spaces recreated in three dimensions, similar to those in the seat of government, so that visitors can travel in an imaginary way to the ‘Wonder City’.

Whoever visits this pavilion, you will find, on the main facade of the pavilion entrance, the front of the San Francisco Church, built in colonial times and that is part of the urban center of the city of La Paz.

Inside, visitors will be able to enjoy the different offers of small and micro-industry entrepreneurs. The textile products stand out, whose garments, such as blankets and skirts, will be exhibited on a catwalk by models that will dress as elegant cholitas.

There will be young businessmen showing off their clothes,” Miranda affirmed, and announced that it will be possible to see “how to make clothes in 3D, something that is revolutionizing and that it is being sought by young people who work on digital issues,” Miranda stressed.

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