- Consisting of 40 images, it shows squares, town halls, bridges, and other remarkable places of the heritage of the five provinces of the community.
- The exhibition, which will travel through ten municipalities of the community to promote knowledge about the cultural identity of the region, can be visited until November 14th at the Palacio de la Hora.
Pastrana, Guadalajara, hosts since today the traveling exhibition “Un patrimonio de todos” that will show the historical and cultural heritage of Castilla – La Mancha. Sponsored by Fundación Iberdrola España and organized by the Junta de Castilla – La Mancha, the exhibition consists of 40 images of some of the most outstanding places of the region’s heritage. Among others, squares, town halls, and bridges of each province are shown and will be visitable until November 14th at the Palacio de la Hora de Pastrana.
The exhibition was inaugurated this morning by Pablo Bellido Acevedo, president of the Castilla-La Mancha Parliament; Luis Fernández Abril, Mayor of Pastrana; Eusebio Robles González, delegate of the Junta de Comunidades de CLM in Guadalajara and Fernando García Sánchez, president of Fundación Iberdrola España.
The project aims to spark the interest of citizens of all ages, tastes, and backgrounds to raise awareness of the importance of heritage and give publicity to different options for enjoying it. The exhibition, which includes high-resolution photographic reproductions presented on 21 1.30-meter panels, has QR codes linked to in-depth information on the different images and their context (tourist proposals, cultural visits, local information, etc.).
“Un patrimonio de todos“, began its tour of the geography of Castilla-La Mancha on June 25th in Jadraque. Since then, it has stopped in San Clemente, Manzanares, La Roda and Pastrana and will continue to Belmonte, Bargas, Calzada de Calatrava, Hellín and Fuensalida, which will be the last stage of this exhibition cycle in the region.
Fundación Iberdrola with culture
Iberdrola embodies its commitment to culture through an important work of patronage, support for new forms of artistic expression, and collaboration in the restoration of cultural heritage. This project is an addition to the others that the company has carried out in Castilla-La Mancha in recent years, including the illuminations of the Monastery of Uclés, the former Mosque of Cristo de la Luz, the Santa María la Blanca Synagogue, the Tower of the Church of Santo Tomé, the Church of San Antonio Abad and the project to illuminate the Tagus River banks as it passes through Toledo.