This time we organized an event in Salamanca, and visited some monuments that we missed in the previously held Make Heritage Fun events like the Casa de las Conchas, La Purísima church and the Monterrey Palace.

We got the chance to take a look at Miquel Barceló’s exhibition, which is located in emblematic points, dotted across the city. The artworks were outdoors and in different museums, and thus ignited the senses.

The best part of it was that the whole exhibition is totally free for everyone!

The #makeheritagefun event in Salamanca was a total success! Image: Blanca Roux Rodriguez

We enjoyed the exhibition and the tour a lot, so we invited everybody to join us in the next Make Heritage Fun event! We do hope they will show renewed enthusiasm to experience culture in its rawest form. Below, you can see the various sites that we visited across the city:

Pictures by Blanca Roux Rodriguez.

 

  • Blanca Roux

    Blanca Roux Rodríguez was born in Salamanca, a town located in the west of Spain. She has studied Information Science in her hometown at the University of Salamanca, which is one of the oldest universities of Europe. She is passionate about music and loves to play the piano. She has traveled extensively in Europe, and has done an internship in New York for 9 months.

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