Casa Barrientos, was built 1864 by Don Ramón Barrientos in Izalco, El Salvador and stands as an architectural and cultural emblem of the region. Its design and symbolism vividly reflect the community's history. After 26 months of careful restoration, the house reopened its doors as a House for Culture in 2023. This restoration project, led by the Izalco Municipal government, received support from the U.S. embassy in El Salvador. More than just a building, Casa Barrientos symbolizes tradition, faith, and the importance of preserving cultural heritage.