The visit will take place from 4:45 p.m. in the surroundings of the Plaza Mayor Students will know the building of the Central Market and will have to prepare a work on the reform of the same âThe reason for the visit falls within our plans promote Yecla in all areas and of course also within the university â
In another phase of his training as future architects, a group of students of the degree of Architecture of the Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM) will visit Yecla during the afternoon of Thursday.
"The reason for the visit falls within our plans to promote Yecla in all areas, including academics, and in this case, the one related to architecture, and the conservation and management of our environment."
The visit of the university students, who will be received by the mayor of Yecla, Marcos Ortuño, will focus on the surroundings of the Plaza Mayor and especially in the Central Market building.
"We have been working for months on a project to reform this market, it is a promise and a priority project for this mandate. There is already a group of architecture professionals working on the project, but it is good that students can also contribute his vision on this reform, "said Marcos Ortuño who added that" today's visit has a clear educational and dissemination objective that will result in the academic work that these students will have to elaborate on this visit, and secondly the knowledge that, about Yecla, they will take these future architecture professionals. "
The architecture students of the UCAM will develop their visit from 4:45 p.m. and as indicated above, in the surroundings of the Plaza Mayor where they will focus their attention on the reform of the Central Market.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla