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San Rafael Mining Hospital of Almadén and ruins of the Royal Slaves' Prison.

Feature broadcast on the 7 July in Ancha es Castilla-La Mancha on TVCM.
Feature on the Almadén Mining Park, broadcast on the CLMTV's programme Campo de Oportunidades.

The history of this area, which was declared World Heritage, begins with the greatest mercury deposit. We are going to tour the mining park. In the Interpretation Centre, they will explain the mine's exploitation techniques and different mining occupations. The Almadén Mines are the greatest deposit in the world. They have been in operation from Roman times up until a few years ago.
The Almadén Slaves.

Audio-visual with three simultaneous screens installed in the Almadén Mining Museum.

Original music and sound design: Francisco Cuadrado.
In search of World Heritage in Almadén. A Fondo programme on Antena 3 television.

José María García is an inspector for ICOMOS Spain and is in charge of revising reports so that UNESCO takes notice of certain pieces of heritage. At this time, the town has presented a candidacy so that its historic mines form part of the prestigious list of assets considered as World Heritage.
Almadén Mining Park, a short tour through its facilities.

An authentic mine from the 16th century open to the public, its museums and the mining interpretation centre.
Almadén, mercury and silver.

Feature broadcast by RTVE's programme Crónicas. “We are travelling to what was once the greatest mercury deposit on the planet, and we are profiling the memory of a town whose source of wealth ceased to be profitable."
The Almadén Mines, closer to being declared World Heritage (RTVCM).

Almadén is walking hand-in-hand with the city of Idrija, in Slovenia, and San Luis de Potosí, in Mexico, to obtain a declaration as world heritage for the intercontinental route taking mercury - from the Almadén mines to America - to extract precious metals.
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