History in the making in Carboneras


CARBONERAS is set to receive restored documents relating to the town’s foundation in 1813.

The material has been repaired by a former councillor of the city, José Estaban, and taken more than 30 years to restore to their original condition after centuries of wear and tear.

Over the coming weeks, the Town Hall will formally accept the documents for conservation. They will then be made publically available for viewing by visitors and citizens on account of their historical value to the town.

Information includes details of the original population and the decree granting permission for a new city.

The Mayor of Carboneras, Salvador Hernandez, has expressed his sincere thanks “for relaying these valuable documents back to the City.”

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