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Calasparra Town Hall will host an International Symposium on the Management of Cave Drawings all over Europe, which have been declared part of the World Patrimony by UNESCO.
Some 100 experts from all over Europe are expected to attend the event which will be held from November 19 to 22, and will bring together all the management  teams of cave art sites under the ambit of the Council of Europe included in the World Patrimony list and the principle international experts in this material.
Yesterday a Coordination Meeting for everyone involved in this event in the North West region of Murcia was held in the Rice Musuem in Calasparra to analyse the logistics and the activities planned, which will include visits to sites of cave art in the Murcia region; lectures and theory sessions.
The symposium will be organized by Calasparra Town Hall, the Ministry of Culture of the National Government; the Tourist, Culture, Youth and Sport Comission of the Murcia region;  the Cultural Itinerary of the Council of Europe Paths of Prehistoric Cave Drawings; and ICRART (International Centre of Cave Art of UNESCO).
The event also counts on the collaboration of the Town Hall of  Cieza, Yecla, Jumilla and Moratalla: all areas which have cave drawings recognised by UNESCO, plus other international institutions such as  the World Monments Foundation and ICOMOS and IFRAO.
NEXOnr Calasparra