The National Museum of Anthropology MUNA, helps approach and reflection on our cultural identity, through exhibitions in the fields of archeology and anthropology. One of the permanent exhibits of the museum, is the living religion, in which a section dedicated to Monsignor Romero, containing a chronological overview of his life and work is presented.

 

 

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