Managua, located on the southern shore of Lake Managua, is the capital of Nicaragua. The city's cathedral, in ruins since the 1972 earthquake, is located in the Plaza de la Revolución. Nearby is the tomb of the Sandinista leader Carlos Fonseca. The National Palace of Culture, built in 1935, houses the National Museum. The hilltop Loma de Tiscapa National Historical Park is known for its volcanic lake and a huge statue of revolutionary Augusto Sandino.