The Liberator is honored with hoisting of the flag in the National Pantheon

In the National Pantheon, in Caracas, where the remains of Simón Bolívar lie, the hoisting of the National Flag was dedicated to pay tribute to the Liberator Simón Bolívar, for commemorating this Monday 188 years of his death.

The sons and daughters of Bolívar, the Venezuelan people and the soldiers of the FANB, gathered at the National Pantheon to commemorate the 188th anniversary of the passage to the immortality of the Man of Difficulties.

The Liberator died on December 17, 1830 in Santa Marta, Colombia. Bolívar managed, in the Latin American independence struggles he led, to liberate Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Panama. He was conferred the title of Liberator in 1813 by the then governor of Caracas, Cristóbal Mendoza.

Bolivar founded the political and legal bases of the institutions that would have as purpose the defense of the sovereignty of the liberated nations for the development of the new American citizens.

FANB Press
“G / J @vladimirpadrino chairs the hoisting on the occasion of the 188 years of the jump to the immortality of the Liberator Simon Boliv … …”
6:17 – Dec 17 2018