Plaque

Nicaraguan House

Inscription

A house for Nicaragua. Built in 1984 - 91 to celebrate the Nicaraguan Revolution. Sold to support community projects in Nicaragua.

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Site: Nicaraguan House (1 memorial)

SE11, Tyers Street

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Nicaraguan House

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Nicaraguan Revolution

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