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The tamboradas are declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by Unesco (29/11/2018)

Unesco today declared to the tamboradas of Spain Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

The Convention of the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (Unesco) has announced its decision in the meeting that is being held in Port Luis (Republic of Mauritius) to examine different candidacies.

From the Association of Drums Christ of the Blood of Jumilla join the joy for the good completion of the record and convey their sincere congratulations to the 17 villages that under the aegis of the National Consortium of the Peoples of Drum and Drum, began in 2010 work (Baena, Albalate del Arzobispo, Alcańiz, Alcorisa, Andorra, Calanda, Híjar, Puebla de Híjar, Samper de Calanda, Urrea de Gaén, Agramón, Hellín, Tobarra, Alzira, Alcora, Mula and Moratalla).

"Our Association will fight, so that sooner rather than later, it will join this select group of drummers and drummers, since when the file that now ends, we did not belong to the National Consortium yet, so we are not included in this recognition ", they have indicated.

The Mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, has also shown her satisfaction with the recognition.

"This is the culmination of a job well deserved for eight years, we feel part of it and we share the joy, as our tamboradas are currently part of the National Drum and Drum Consortium," he said.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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