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The presentation of the reissue of the first archaeological map of Jumilla and Work Jerónimo Molina Dispersive this mark the Ecuador National Congress (27/06/2013)

Yesterday was inaugurated the National Congress "The Legacy of Jerónimo Molina to Archaeology", after the official reception of the participants and speakers at the Plenary Hall of the City Hall and the subsequent opening of the multipurpose room at the Hermitage Museum of St. Joseph.

During the ceremony was attended by the Councillor for Culture, Maria Dolores Fernandez, Mayor, Enrique Jimenez, Director General of Cultural Assets, Francisco Gimenez and coordinator of the culture, Emiliano Hernandez.

The charge of opening the event by welcoming the participants of the Congress, María Dolores Fernández, said that "the memory of Jerome D. Molina transcend time and their labor and delivery, correcting the fragility of memory, work put of maniesto how important it was to know the roots of his people, and his desire that made Jumilla museum territory. This is and will be a permanent tribute to the Museums, continuing its centenary by organizing this Congress. "

Also wanted to thank the funds donated by the Molina family, as well as the General Secretariat of Culture and Tourism, for their collaboration.

Emiliano Hernández remarked that D.

Jerónimo Molina was one of the few people who did scientific production after the Civil War, a job that will be perpetuated in the museum and in his work.

The Mayor wanted to thank you once again for your generosity Molina family, highlighting the figure of Son of D.

Jerome, who was able to instill their vocation and their students curiosity that people have become famous in the world of culture, besides being in the memory of the Jumillano Jumillano for their work.

Also appreciated the commendable work done from the Department of Culture for all staff that constitutes, in the person of the Councillor.

The Director General of Cultural Assets, Francisco Gimenez, responsible for closing the event, praised the role of D.

Jerónimo Molina as a teacher, an important role in education, shaping the character of their students, transmitting knowledge, develop their intellect, an excellent teacher able to configure and awaken the past.

Gimenez noted that "archeology serves to bring the past and relive it and understand the present."

Upon receipt of the participants, we proceeded to open the multipurpose room in the Hermitage Museum in San Jose, where the library is already Jeronimo Molina, and various personal items that once donated to the City.

The Mayor thanked the Molina family donated the library of D.

Jerónimo Molina and his office, and household work, many pieces of the Museum for the enjoyment of citizens.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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