Macia Abela's birthplace demolished

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A HISTORIC house in Crevillent was demolished this week.

The owners of the house on Calle Medico de Lledo, in which local poet Macia Abela was born in 1877, had been given a demolition order a few months ago due to it being at risk of collapse.

 If the owners did not carry out the demolition works themselves, then the town hall would.

Some residents complained that this historic building was allowed to be destroyed instead of it being refurbished and turned into an exhibition space in memory of Macia Abela.

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