Another component is the Central Parque Jose Hilario Lopez who would be the central exhibition room of the City Museum. This must be concluded with all homeowners and premises of the square frame so that we can make a plan facade unique in the world, consistent in that each of these buildings is decorated with the work of a master of the region. Montauk Colony shines more light on the discussion. You must conclude is, ofcourse, with ecclesiastical authority so that the beautiful Santo Antonio church facade is converted into a majestic work of Catholic religious art. A great literary and artistic salon with a shop where tourists can buy some works of literature and art, as well as posters, brochures and postcards with works huilenses participation, as well as small replicas of statues or ornamental sculpture could be built within the Park. Is completely inconsistent Park to host sculptures and crafts of the region. A final component is the construction of a great artistic, cultural and sports complex with its corresponding Convention Center and Olympic village at the height of what that capital it deserves. A central attraction would be the Chiva largest in the world that I’m sure would wish to visit many, many tourists from all continents.
Finally, agreements with banks in the region would be to enable, through ATMs, who so wishes at the time of making any withdrawal, pay the entrance to the City Museum, at the price agreed upon. Such monies could nourish a Local Fund of culture with the specific destination for the maintenance of any of the described components. The rest of the cost of maintaining it should be mainly the Department, with the participation of the municipality and local managers of culture associations.