The City Council of Cartagena has begun this week to place the different luminous decorative elements that will set the itinerary of the parades and will enhance the porches of the Carthaginian and Roman camp, as reported by the Councilor for Infrastructure, María Casajús.
This extraordinary lighting of Carthaginians and Romans has an award budget of around 40 thousand euros.
The assembly began Monday in the area of â€‹â€‹Calle Mayor, to continue with the Plaza de San Sebastián, Puerta de Murcia, Carmen, Plaza de España and Alameda de San Antón, until arriving at the camp.
As on other occasions about 72 luminous Carthaginian and Roman motifs are being installed along the route.
16 units ROMAN COINS
16 units CARTAGINIAN COINS
10 units ROMAN WARRIORS WITH LANCE
10 units ROMAN WARRIORS WITH SWORD
10 units CARTAGINES WARRIORS WITH LANCE
10 units CARTAGINES WARRIORS WITH SWORD
To them will be added 35 projectors of 200 watts of LED technology, which will also be placed along the route, according to needs, as a reinforcement of ordinary lighting.
2,500 linear meters of led spherical garland will also be installed, in the surroundings of the camp and of the festive and entertaining entertainment area.
The assembly of the luminous motifs, their supports and structures must be assembled and tested before the start of the holidays, on Friday, September 20.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena