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Cartagena becomes a medieval city (08/11/2019)

More than 100 positions will fill the heart of the city with products and artisanal food |

From this Friday, November 8 and until Sunday 10, the historic center of Cartagena is transformed into a villa of the Middle Ages with the Medieval Market installed in its streets.

Over 100 stalls will fill the heart of the city with products and artisanal foods during the weekend.

There will also be musical and artistic shows by giants and musicians of the time.

This event has the collaboration of the Department of Commerce of the City of Cartagena.

In the inauguration, this Friday, the second deputy mayor and councilor for Tourism, Commerce, Health and Consumer Affairs, Manuel Padín, the Councilor for Tourism, Cristina Pérez, and the mayor for Social Services, Mercedes, were present García, accompanied by the coordinator of the Medieval Market of Cartagena, Maite Sellés.

San Francisco Square, Palas streets, Cuatro Santos, Campos, Caridad, Duque, Plaza de la Merced, Risueño Square or the University Boulevard will host stalls selling nuts, artisanal treats, coin minting, goldsmithing or even of magic.

The Medieval Market is designed and designed for all ages, and to stroll through the Middle Ages in the historic center of Cartagena.

All streets recreate the Middle Ages with their typical pennants, and merchants wear the typical clothing of that time, to introduce the visitor to an experience full of color, flavor and music.

In this sense, Manuel Padín has encouraged all Cartagena to attend this Medieval Market.

“Light, sun, joy… Cartagena is already medieval.

The stalls have impressive attractions, the canteens, the bars, the merchants, the goldsmiths ... I just saw someone making wooden chess figures with his foot.

It is something that I advise our neighbors, neighborhoods and councils to come and see it.

It is extraordinary to see how Cartagena resurfaces in these three days with the Middle Ages. ”

Padín has also highlighted that the Medieval Market of Cartagena has a nursery so that the little ones can carry out recreational and thematic activities.

Children will have monitors throughout the event, which will monitor and entertain them with games.

It is the first time this nursery is installed.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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