The Estepona Town Hall has incorporated a work by the Slovak poet Ladislav Novomeský to the town’s Poetry Route, in a performance whose main objective is to strengthen the link between the city of the Costa del Sol and Slovakia, as reported by the mayor, José María García Urbano.

This has been highlighted by the councilor after holding a institutional meeting with the ambassador of SlovakiaJuraj Tomaga, among other diplomatic authorities of the country.

Subsequently, and to strengthen the link between the city and this country, the town council has decided to include a work of a Slovak author on the Estepona Poetry Routehas pointed out the first mayor.

It’s about the piece ‘Sunday’, by the poet Ladislav Novomeský (1904-1976), which can now be read in both languages ​​on the plaque that has been located in the Blas Infante square, next to the old Town Hall.

The mayor thanked the ambassador for his visit and stressed the importance of carrying out actions that allow strengthen collaboration between institutions and that redound to the benefit of the citizenry. Likewise, it has valued the cultural wealth of Estepona, which is an open, inclusive and welcoming city.

With this new creation, the Route of Poetry adds almost fifty literary works distributed throughout the streets of the city, thus generating a large outdoor library. This cultural project is a tourist attraction that also allows the world of letters to be brought closer to residents and tourists who pass through the streets of the urban center.

The Estepona Poetry Route is an initiative with more than thirty poems by geniuses of universal letters such as William Shakespeare, Antonio Machado, Victor Hugo or Rainer María Rilkeas well as prominent local creators from the Costa del Sol such as Alejandro Simón Partal or Daniel Casares.

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