RE: José Rafael Pocaterra's birthplace [ENG/ESP]

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I love the great Venezuelan colonial houses. In Cumana we still have a few. That design with the patio in the center of the house, those columns, the huge doors and windows seems so beautiful to me; And not to mention the terracotta floors and the kitchen items they used before. It is inevitable for me not to think about the life of yesteryear, about our history as a country, about our illustrious people, like Pocaterra, for example. This happened to me a lot when I visited the houses of Andres Eloy Blanco, Cruz Salmeron Acosta or Ramos Sucre in my homeland. I would always start thinking about life back then. It is good that they still manage to maintain it and that it continues to be a place for culture and knowledge.



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I remember visiting Cumana twice when I was a child, although I only visited some beaches, but I have always had references of Cumana as a city very rich in architectural and cultural heritage. Greetings !

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