Nativity scene opens with anti-Covid measures and capacity control

The traditional Christmas nativity scene has opened in Torre del Mar with anti-Covid measures and capacity control.

MAYOR Jesús Carlos Pérez Atencia unveiled the Christmas Belen at the Cultural Centre Nuestra Se Señora del Carmen – a scene which takes up 54 sqm, with over 1,000 decorative figures.
And he assured ‘strict anti-Covid measures, capacity control and temperature taking’ have been implemented.
The inauguration was rounded off with the ‘Night of Peace’ carol, played by soprano Carmen Perez.
The mayor said: “This year, marked by the pandemic, we have decided to continue doing this Bethlehem, maintaining all security measures. That’s why we invite the whole municipality and the region to visit and enjoy this beautiful recreation, while respecting and following the rules of the building.”

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