Benidorm extends the exhibition 'Serra Gelada: Les llums de l'abisme' for its good reception
The Department of Historical Heritage, directed by Ana Pellicer, has decided to extend two weeks the exhibition 'Parc Natural Serra Gelada: Les llums de l'abisme' for the good reception it has had since its opening and in view of the multiple applications received so that the sample is exhibited for more time at Boca Calvari Museum.
'Natural Park of Serra Gelada; Les llums de l'abisme 'shows the natural diversity of this enclave captured by the objective of the teacher of Art Photography at the Higher School Art of Valencia, Jaume Fuster from Benidorm. It is a collection of 52 photographs taken over 15 years by Fuster of all the nooks and crannies of the Serra Gelada from the cliffs on the sea to the different caves scattered throughout the natural park -some of them almost impenetrable- , passing through paths, old mines or constructions such as the Tower of Les Caletes.
To these is added a series of historical photographs and another in which the moments of capture of the images that make up the exhibition are shown.
The exhibition can be visited until June 24 at Boca Calvari Museum from Tuesday to Sunday at its usual time.