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17
Feb

Do you know Nou Llevant in Palma?

One of the challenges facing the transformation of the city is to convert the Nou Llevant area into a creative and cultural district.

The industrial past of the area has left a deep impression in the neighborhood, where old abandoned buildings coexist with houses and green spaces. The perimeter between the Via de Cintura, the Paseo Marítimo and Manuel Azaña streets, Manacor, also has large empty lots, some with specific uses, and others to be defined.

On February 20, 2018 and within the framework of the fourth edition of Think up Culture, a reconnaissance tour of the area is planned, with the aim of identifying the areas of interest and the areas where new ones could be developed in the future initiatives that make it more dynamic and turn it into one of the engines of Initiative Ramón Llull 2030

The information obtained in the tour will be useful for one of the key activities scheduled on the first day of Think up Culture! Light, where attendees can contribute ideas and potential projects through a participatory dynamic in which we will have the help of an illustrator.

The itinerary is circular, lasts approximately two hours and will start at 12 noon. The stations are the following:

  • Palau de Congressos
  • Club Diario de Mallorca
  • Area of la Caja de Música
  • Can Ribas
  • Fornaris 21
  • Gorila Fabric / Hierros y Aceros
  • Museum of Krekovic
  • Gesa

Participation is free but the capacity is limited. To confirm assistance please send an email to hola@powerhousehub.eu

Think up Culture! is supported by Ministry of Culture of the Government of Spain, the Tourism Agency of the Balearic Islands, Palma City CouncilMallorca Tourism Foundation, Ramon Llull Initiative 2030, among other entities.

We hope that this activity will contribute to the transformation of Palma and increase its international reputation as a city with an intense cultural and creative life. Palma is in motion. Will you sign up for the change?

#movingcities

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