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The days go by and the feeling is the same. The faithful still disbelieve the news and the sentiment of the popular idol grows with the passage of time. Therefore, a mural of Diego Armando Maradona, almost two months after his death, it was inaugurated in the neighborhood of Mouth within the framework of a kind of tribute that is paid to the legend of the national sport in different stages of the city of Buenos Aires.
The initiative arose from the group National Mosaic, who displayed his art on the facade of the street 894, almost corner Suárez. The image projects a young Diego, with long hair and when he was barely over 20 years old, coinciding with his first arrival at the entity xeneize, to become champion of the Metropolitan 1981, after being transferred by Argentinos Juniors.
From the event, also sponsored by the self-styled group Command MaradonaNeighbors and different neighborhood groups participated. Also, the guitarist Matias Barbetta he recreated tango versions of pieces in which the eternal captain of the Argentine soccer team is named.
The play was presented on Sunday night in La Boca
During today’s session there will also be a similar tribute, but in the neighborhood of Villa Crespo, more precisely on the street Serrano 721 starting at 21. “The idea is that every 25th, when a (monthly) anniversary of his death is celebrated, we can inaugurate a mural of Diego throughout the city”, He told Telam Gonzalo López Lluch, one of the architects of National Mosaic and the group Command Maradona.
“In a first stage we will seek to install murals and monuments of Diego in the neighborhoods of the city of Buenos Aires. But we do not rule out traveling to the interior, because the project of honoring him Ten It has a great call everywhere ”, he added.
Last December, coinciding with the first month anniversary of the death, a mural of the star was installed, also in Venecitas, at the intersection of the streets Gándara and Benjamin Victorica, in the heart of Chas Park.
Diego Maradona died on November 25, at the age of 60 and as a result of acute pulmonary edema, in a farm in the Buenos Aires town of Nordelta where he was staying.
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