Padre Aguirre Street, between Juan Jaramillo and Sucre, will soon change to a pedestrian only venue according to Xavier Aguirre, director of Historical and Heritage Areas. This space was rehabilitated as part of the remodeling works of the Plaza San Francisco, inaugurated on January 29th. The merchants that are in this space will be relocated, announced Aguirre, “The definitive location is still to be defined. This space has served as a passage to connect spaces such as the Plaza de las Flores, the Calderón park, the Ten de Agosto market, forming a circuit. “ There continues to be a problem…
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