city council kixon plans to start this summer with tours of an old tobacco factory located in Cimavillaa building that “tells the story of the city through its own story,” said the director Municipal Fund of Culture, Miguel Barrero.
“People should start getting familiar with the building that has lived with its back to the city for centuries,” Barrero said during a visit to the building under construction along with representatives of municipal groups, in which he stressed that it is “the most important building in Gijón for telling a story.” cities through its own history.
The opening to the public will take place on Friday, when a group of former tobacco factory workers visit the building under construction, and in June or July tours of the first floor will begin, which “condense into three very three fundamental moments in the history of Gijón has been defined: Roman, Baroque, Enlightenment and industrial.
The city council is processing specifications for a contract for a building interior design project to tailor interior dependencies to an end-use plan approved in late 2020, and after suffering a cyberattack, Barrero hopes he can go to tender “as soon as possible.”
There is no scheduled date for opening to the public as a cultural center, but work is expected to begin in late 2023.
The city council has not chosen European funds for the works it plans to carry out with its own funds, but will be careful to see if any part can fit into any appeal.
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