Note the date and place to celebrate the Fair of Friendly Cultures

On its tenth anniversary, the International Fair of Friendly Cultures will be held in the Second Section of the Bosque de Chapultepec, while the activities of the event will be held in the corridor between Casa Colorada and the official residence of Los Pinos.

The fair will be held from May 31 to June 26.
The fair will be held from May 31 to June 26.

During the "Presentation before the Diplomatic Corps accredited in Mexico," Secretary Alfonso Suárez, Secretary of Culture of Mexico City, informed that the fair will be held from May 31 to June 26.

Before 75 ambassadors from different parts of the world, he explained that thanks to the Amigas Cultures Fair, it was possible to place the CDMX as an open, inclusive, multicultural city and guarantor of the rights of its inhabitants and visitors within a framework of culture of peace.

"Ours is an open city, an example of solidarity that converts the shared knowledge into part of its tangible and intangible cultural heritage, this city owes much to the great waves of immigrants from different parts of the planet Earth, which over four Centuries have come to enrich their cultural heritage with their contributions, knowledge, but above all with their love for our city and our own country. "

Due to the outbreak of influenza that created a crisis in Mexico, in 2009 the event emerged as a show of solidarity from the embassies accredited in Mexico; while for its 10th anniversary a new headquarters was sought for its renewal and new audiences.

During these years the Fair of Friendly Cultures; which has been held in Paseo de la Reforma, the Zócalo and the Plaza de Santo Domingo; It became the most popular public event of the CDMX, having more than 22 million visitors since its inception.

The event was also attended by the head of the Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, the general coordinator of Advisors and International Affairs of Mexico City, Diana Alarcón González and members of the Mexico City cabinet.

via: Diario de Mexico