The owners of Selomar gives the City Council the mural located in the facade of the hotel

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The owners of Selomar gives the City Council the mural located in the facade of the hotel
The owners of Selomar gives the City Council the mural located in the facade of the hotel

The assignment is part of the conversations that have been held to refurbish the building, located on the front line of Levante

The property of the old Selomar hotel has been given to the Town Hall free of charge the mural located at the entrance of the establishment, located on the first line of Levante beach, which has not been active for a decade and which is currently being developed facade.

Last Tuesday, April 12, the property of the property, the family Almodóbar Juan and heirs, registered a document in which it asks the City Council to admit this assignment. Following this letter, the Councilor for Culture and Historical Heritage, Ana Pellicer, will raise a proposal to the next plenary session for the City Council to accept the assignment and this mural, with dimensions of approximately 17.50 by 1.85 meters, is incorporated To the inventory of Municipal Heritage.

Pellicer thanked the property of the Selomar Hotel for this assignment, and explained that it is part of "the conversions that have been maintained for several months by the Department of Urban Planning, directed by my partner Lourdes Caselles, with the property of the hotel to give Solution to the reality that offered the building and feasibility to the works of rehabilitation or improvement of the image and adornment of it ".

The head of Historic Heritage has detailed that "in these meetings had been proposed to the property that for the City Council was of paramount importance to safeguard the mural," which appears in the draft proposal of the Catalog of Goods and Protected Spaces prepared by the services Municipal and that is circumscribed to the Old Town.

Pellicer thanked the property "the one that has attended our request and has foreseen this assignment that will allow to incorporate this piece to the municipal patrimony".