San Fernando Municipal Cemetery
The San Fernando Municipal Cemetery has a cast iron door where you can read the sentence “DOMUS OMNIBUS.” This phrased translated means, “The home of everyone.” There are several impressive neo-classical pantheons in the cemetery. Many of these pantheons mark the resting place of important local and national leaders and revolutionaries in Dominican history.
Leaders of the Restoration buried her include:
- Juan De la Cruz Álvarez, José Cabrera
- Octaviano Augusto Rodríguez
- Federico de Jesús García
- Huberto Marzán (who entrusted Haiti with the Dominican flag, in Capotillo at the beginning of the Restoration of the Republic).
- General Andrés Navarro
- Desiderio arias – leader of the bordermen
- Manuel Abreu – signer of the first constitution of 1844
Martyrs and revolutionaries include:
- Caonabo Abel
- Ramón Martínez (Monchi)
- Jaime Ricardo who was shot in the Las Manaclas difference on December 21, 1963, along Manolo Tavarez and Federico Cabrera.
: A non-numeric value encountered in /home/customer/www/visitmontecristi.com/public_html/wp-content/themes/listingpro/functions.php
on line 4242