Gustavo Sáenz will lead the events for the 203 years of the passage to immortality of General Güemes

Gustavo Sáenz will lead the events for the 203 years of the passage to immortality of General Güemes
Gustavo Sáenz will lead the events for the 203 years of the passage to immortality of General Güemes

The governor of the province, Gustavo Saenz will preside over the events that will take place in the city of Salta, in honor of General Martín Miguel de Güemes within the framework of the 203rd anniversary of his Passage to Immortality.

At midnight, at the Güemes Monument, the Argentine National Anthem and Anthem to General Martín Miguel de Güemes will be sung, then the ring of silence and changing of the Infernales Guard will take place.

Meanwhile, tomorrow, Monday 5 p.m. at 9 a.m., the Governor will do the same in the Pantheon of the Glories of the North in the Cathedral Basilica, where the floral offerings will be placed, the religious invocation and touch of silence will be performed.

Then the authorities will move to the monument to General Martín Miguel de Güemes. There, the provincial leader will arrive at the head of the formation to present the trained troops, the troops will be reviewed and salute the June 17 Group.

Subsequently, the Governor along with the other authorities will move to the masts to raise the National Pavilion and Flag of the Province, where the floral offerings, touch of silence and transfer to the official boxes will then be made.

Next, the stanzas of the Argentine National Anthem and Anthem to General Martín Miguel de Güemes will be sung for the subsequent religious invocation and words from the president of the Traditionalist Group of Salta Gauchos de Güemes, Julio de Los Ríos.

Finally, the civic-military parade will begin.

The activities will be transmitted via satellite and through the social networks of the Government of the Province of Salta.

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