Frigerio said that San Carlos Park is in Concepción and Loggio crossed it: “That happens to you when you are not from Entre Ríos” – News

Frigerio said that San Carlos Park is in Concepción and Loggio crossed it: “That happens to you when you are not from Entre Ríos” – News
Frigerio said that San Carlos Park is in Concepción and Loggio crossed it: “That happens to you when you are not from Entre Ríos” – News

The head of the provincial Executive Branch was one of the guests on the last program of Mirtha Legrand’s diva, where he starred in a curious moment.

In addition to addressing issues linked to national politics, there was a space to ponder the tourist attractions of Entre Ríos. In that section, Legrand mentioned the Gualeguaychú carnivals, to which the governor added that they also stand out “in Concordia, in Gualeguay, in different places in the province.”

But the provincial leader was wrong when he pointed out that Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, French author of the renowned book “The Little Prince”, had been staying in Concepción del Uruguay, stating that the San Carlos castle is located in “La Historica”, which It is one of the tourist icons of Concordia.

Criticisms of a former deputy

One of the opposition leaders who came out to correct it was former provincial deputy Néstor Loggio, who in his profile on the social network Facebook pointed out that “that happens to you when you don’t SOS from Entre Ríos and you don’t know its history.”

The former provincial legislator stressed that “Saint Exupéry arrived in Concordia on his plane (to make a long story short) and stayed for a few days in what is today, the ruins of the San Carlos Palace.”


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