Santiago de Jinotepe Parish Church: The construction of the imposing and historic Santiago de Jinotepe parish church was completed in 1864. It is a baroque-style temple with neoclassical elements, inspired by the León Cathedral.

Santiago Parish

Municipal park located in the historical center of the city next to the municipal palace, it contains street furniture for its visitors. The applied architectural resources include wide platforms that give way to natural micro-environments where there are centenary laurel trees that, together with its impressive neoclassical-style Kiosk, make up a beautiful space to visit.

central park kiosk

Convention Center: Built in the 80s, assemblies, meetings, councils, meetings and all kinds of activities that the Jinotepine city requires are currently held on this site.

Convention Center

Pedro Selva Municipal Stadium: Named after the great Jinotepino baseball player, winner of the triple batting crown, who stood out in the 70s, this stadium has a capacity for 8000 people, with 700 seats and light towers for night games.

Old railway station: Part of the route of the old Nicaraguan Pacific Railway.

Parks: Jinotepe has these recreation spaces which provide good physical conditions, basic water and electricity service facilities, public lights, children's games, benches and sports courts.

Palace of Fine Arts: Located 1 block north of the El Calvario church, this palace functions as a school in different fields such as art, singing, dancing, sports, among other disciplines.

Palace of the fine arts

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Boys' Normal School now School of Fine Arts of Jinotepe: It was built in the mid-twentieth century, its facade is eclectic in style. This school was one of the urban landmarks of Jinotepe and was one of the main teaching houses in the region. It was declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation in 1996.


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