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Colegio Divina Pastora

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College of La Divina Pastora


In 1907 under the patronage of Archbishop Atanasio Vicente Soler yroyo, had its inception the College of La Divina Pastora. Under the direction of Father Domingo de Riohacha. Eldia February 4, 1907, the school started with fifteen students in parteposterior mission house of the Capuchin Fathers dondehoy works site adjacent to the chapel of La Divina Pastora (parish).

To better accommodate the Capuchins who came out, he moved in 1910 elcolegio wing house of the brothers Carlos and Margarita Cataño, near where today Municipal.La Notary school was increasing and in 1918 with a good group of students teníael Mauricio Lopez Sierra educator, moved to the building next to where today lacatedral Fonseca Siosi left the building.

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