Havana, Nov. 11 Esteban Lazo Hernandez, member of the Political Bureau and President of the National Assembly of People's Power, led this Sunday, in this capital, the inauguration of the Finca de los Monos Technological Palace in homage to the city's 500th anniversary.
Located in the Palatine district of the Cerro municipality, the center is conceived as a space where technology is mixed with history and learning in a recreational way.
During the event, the entities that participated in the project were recognized, such as the Computer and Audiovisual Services Company of the Ministry of Education (Cinesoft), the main executor.
Today we inaugurate a utopia, this will be a dynamic palace, which will change and grow permanently, said Ivan Barreto Gelles, general director of Cinesoft in his speech.
The official reported that 10 areas of games, among these augmented reality, network games, 3D cinema, 12D, robotics classroom and language lab; along with eight thematic outdoor areas are part of the new options of the also known as Quinta de las Delicias.
In addition to an interactive tree that welcomes the park, the Cuban family will enjoy a real train, plane and boat with simulators, as well as music areas, parties and restaurants.
One of the novelties is the guide's house, where specialists will lead the children to role plays, in which they can become characters such as indigenous people, mambises or rebel soldiers.
The exterior of the Finca is adorned with life-sized monkeys, several of them animatronic; a tribute to whoever owned the fifth and lover of primates, the Cuban philanthropist Rosalia Abreu.
Likewise, the technology park will have an internal Wi-Fi network that customers can access for free and that will have multiple features.
The event was also attended by Luis Antonio Torres Iribar, first secretary of the Party in Havana; Reynaldo Garcia Zapata, president of the Provincial Assembly in the capital, and education holders, Ena Elsa Velazquez; of transport, Eduardo Rodriguez Davila, and of communications, Jorge Luis Perdomo Di-Lella. (Daniella Perez Munoa)