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Instituto Municipal de Cultura y Artes de Mazatlán

Throughout the years, the Port of Mazatlan earned the name of “The Pearl of the Pacific” for its architectural beauty, natural wonders and the history that has been written, unique elements that were shown to the representatives of the UNESCO offices in Mexico, in the official activities of the Mazatlan candidacy to the Creative Cities Network.

After concluding the UNESCO Mazatlan Conversative: Creative Cities for Diversity and Innovation, the representatives had a guided tour that began at the Mazatlan Lighthouse, touching its attractive spots such as the streets of the Historic Center, the Centennial Walk, the Embarcadero of Playa Norte, the Zona Dorada and the Ángela Peralta Theater, which were narrated and explained by the City’s Historian, Maestro Enrique Vega.

Faced with this initiative to promote the Port, the Municipal Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte organized a sample of the International Carnaval by having the Royalty of 2019 participate in a mini parade that departed from Constitution Avenue in front of Plazuela Machado and concluded in the Art Museum of Mazatlan.

In the words of the City Historian, Mazatlan is a serious candidate to join the select club of Creative Cities Network in the modality of Gastronomy, which captivated tourists in the various points of the Port, that coupled with the natural beauty that it has, as well as the cultural and artistic contribution that has always characterized it.