By Euro Weekly News Media • 11 September 2015 • 9:30
MARBELLA authorities have been forced to cut off pedestrian access to Calle Hospital Bazan after part of the roof of a 70-year-old building used in the past to house the Contemporary Spanish Etching Museum’s library collapsed.
Although, after rubble fell from the building recently, the police and fire brigade had cordoned off the area to avoid pedestrians approaching, nobody took any notice, eventually forcing the council to decide to close the street off for safety reasons.
Head of the local Cultural department Gema Midon complained that the building had suffered from a lack of maintenance and that measures to renovate it would have to be studied.
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