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23 April , 2013
From the 20 to the 23 April, the Almadén Mining Park and the San Rafael Hospital welcome the 3rd European workshop meeting for mining cities, Euromine

The delegations made a visit to the Almadén Mining Park, where they could appreciate the recuperation made of old Almadén mining exploitations. Amongst the activities carried out, a model was presented that was made by local artist Mr Edmundo Delgado of Idrija's kilns, which operated in Almadén since 1806 and are no longer preserved as of today. The model, which will be located in the Almadén Mining Park's Mercury Museum, was presented by the Mayor of Almadén, Mr. Carlos Rivas, the Mayor's Lieutenant for the Idrija City Hall, Mr. Bojan Rezun, and the General Manager of Culture for Castilla La Mancha, Mr. Javier Morales.

The Euromine workshops, where mining cities meet from the United Kingdom, Italy, Belgium, Slovenia and Spain, began in 2012 in Cagliari (Sardinia), and on this occasion, they are carried out at the Almadén San Rafael Mining Hospital.

The main objective of the Euromine project (EUROpean MIning NEtwork) is to establish an international network of mining cities after cessation of traditional activity. During the workshop, work is carried out in search of economic development alternatives. The participants include mayors, councillors and experts from the municipalities of Idrija (Slovenia), Abadia San Salvatore (Italy), Sunderland (United Kingdom), Morlanwelz (Belgium), and Cagliary, Villarosa, Silius and Gonnosfanadiga, also in Italy.

The delegations made a visit to the Almadén Mining Park, where they could appreciate the recuperation made of old Almadén mining exploitations. Amongst the activities carried out, a model was presented that was made by local artist Mr Edmundo Delgado of Idrija's kilns, which operated in Almadén since 1806 and are no longer preserved as of today. The model, which will be located in the Almadén Mining Park's Mercury Museum, was presented by the Mayor of Almadén, Mr. Carlos Rivas, the Mayor's Lieutenant for the Idrija City Hall, Mr. Bojan Rezun, and the General Manager of Culture for Castilla La Mancha, Mr. Javier Morales.

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