Until March 8, Mazarron and visitors have the opportunity to appreciate a particular attractive exposure and links to local identity.
Through hydraulic models and Antonio Paredes takes us through some of the most interesting places of Mazarrón.
The sample can be seen in the premises of the People's University Avenue of the Constitution and the Cultural Center.
Titled "Matri Terrae" Paredes refers to land that has provided support throughout the centuries.
Something that does manifest with the models in this exhibition based on the Castillo de los Vélez, Alum Factory, Mine Luisito and Finca Coquette.
As stated by the director of the UP, José María López Ballesta, "Matri Terrae" is a great exhibition of works together, or competing, let reflect on a territory that we recognize that we live, we alter, but mostly we are common share.
The opening of the exhibition was attended by the Mayor of Mazarrón, Francisco García, Councillor for Culture, Ginés Campillo and other members of the municipal corporation.
Garcia thanked the work done by the People's University of Mazarrón to enable and prepare the space and conditions deserve this exhibition.
For the Councillor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, there is a sample that Paredes continues to surprise referring to Mazarron, in this case, its history and past while laying in equity value.
Visiting hours are from 8 to 15 hours and 19-21 hours Monday to Friday at the headquarters of Constitution Avenue and 8 to 22:30 pm in the Cultural Center also Mazarrón Monday through Friday.
Both exhibitions will be on weekends match the festivities open.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón