Seeing p. 7 of LA GACETA of 06/14, I am surprised that one of the photos shows a number of children uploaded to one of the statues that adorn our 9 de Julio Park. This statue whose name is “Meditation” and that not long ago was restored, after being cleaned and rebuilt by the Capital Municipality, is vandalized due to the ignorance of these minors. I wonder: Are there not parents who educate and teach their children that monuments, which are not always buildings, but statues, fountains, paintings also bear the name of monuments and therefore must be preserved and not vandalized? The parents and relatives who accompanied these children, without a doubt, would not know the value that the statue has, but in any case the negligence and indifference on their part is questionable. To avoid this, the Municipality could then put personnel to visit the parks and squares avoiding situations such as the one described. This does not happen in other provinces, which take care of and respect the monuments they have as a cultural heritage.

Juana M. Farías

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