The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, accompanied by the Councilor for Culture, Pilar Martínez, has collected today the plaque that certifies that the Shelter of Good Air has been incorporated into the Network of Prehistoric Rock Art Roads, included among the European Cultural Roads .
The event was held in the Shelters of El Pozo de Calasparra, organized by the Association of Rock Art of the Region of Murcia, with the presence of the Government delegate, José Vélez, and the Minister of Culture, Esperanza Moreno, in addition to the representatives of the municipalities that have stations in their municipal area that have been incorporated into the network.
The Association of Friends of Rock Art of the Region of Murcia has wanted to highlight the cultural importance, historical significance and socio-educational possibilities of Prehistoric Rock Art, on the occasion of the European Day of Prehistoric Rock Art.
Jumilla has in its municipal term Rock Art, included within the UNESCO list as World Heritage.In addition to the Shelter of Good Air, there are also the Cueva del Peliciego and the Shelter of Canto Blanco.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla