This was a Somoza-era prison where torture was rampant. It now is a setting for that history as well as a venue for good mosaic art in the entry ways, but also has small rooms depicting folk legends of the nation; these are a bit kitschy, but interesting to know. The museum owes its birth to a generous and patriotic local woman who is featured in one of the rooms.
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