With great excitement, we have received an official document attesting that CEN’s building is a National Cultural Heritage site.
This recognized property of the city has four floors, forty classrooms, auditorium with the capacity for 500 people, a library and exhibition halls. Its construction began in 1971 in the downtown area of the city, which was an ambitious project that took almost a year of construction. The institution has both a modern architectural design completed by Architect Manuel Gambarrotti, and a mural stylized in bas-relief by artist Jorge Swett. The infrastructure was developed and awarded with “The Urban Merit Prize” by the Cantonal Council of Guayaquil in 1972.
You can read the article published by the newspaper El Universo at the following link:
You can read the registration form at the National Institute of Cultural Heritage in the following link: