Morazán Town Square
It was inaugurated on March 15, 1882, in honor of General Francisco Morazán, who is considered a Central American hero, born in Honduras, and who fought for the ideal of a single Central American country.
This is a resting place for many visitors it is located just across the stunning National Theatre. It’s main highlight is the bronze and marble monument dedicated to the famous general, work of brothers Francis and Lorenzo Durini.
This monument perpetuates the military commitment of the leader, whose figure is sitting on top of five other sculptures representing the 5 Central American countries. There are carved reliefs depicting events in the life of General Morazán.
This plaza remains as place of rest for locals who like to share some time with friend or relatives, while listening the ringing bells from the nearby churches.
How to get there:
This plaza is located along Monsignor Romero Avenue, next to the National Theatre and near the Metropolitan Cathedral, If you driving park in the parking lot “Morazan” for US$ 0.75 USD an hour.
Bus routes: R3, R4, 23, 29, 29-A, 41-A, 41-D, 42-A. Ticket cost: from $ 0.25 USD.
Elevation 2210 feet
N 13 ° 41,961 ‘
In 89 ° 11,424 ‘
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