The regional deputy of the PP, Inmaculada Lardín, highlights "the architectural value of a building, the center of the social and cultural life of the municipality for years" The regional deputy of the PP, Inmaculada Lardín, by means of a motion in the Regional Assembly, has demanded that the regional government "start the administrative procedure to declare the Mazarrón Casino building of Cultural Interest." Lardín highlights in the initiative, "the need to protect a building of great architectural value that for years has been the center of the social and cultural life of the municipality." And remember that at present, the Mazarrón city council is carrying out "an adaptation" of a rehabilitation project commissioned in 2009, "aimed at allowing the building to recover its urban and cultural splendor".
It also adds the works carried out in the middle of last year "to stop the deterioration of the property in the face of the threat of ruin." Lardín exhibits, among the architectural values ??of the Casino, "the spiral staircase existing inside that connects its three floors", attributed to the French sculptor and artistic founder of metals Antoine Durenne. The 'popular' regional deputy points out that we are facing "an example of the urban footprint" of the buildings built in Mazarrón in the nineteenth century under the emerging mining activity.
A historical and commercial moment that gave rise to other emblematic constructions such as the town hall houses, the Rolandi house, the Cañadica house and also some constructions in the cemeteries in the area. Remember that the promoters of these buildings "were members of the bourgeois society of the time." "Small mining and industrial owners in the area who promoted its construction in order to promote cultural and social relations in the town.
Source: PP Región de Murcia