Lieutenant Colonel Francisco José Campo Largo, acting director of the Menorca Military Consortium, was recently in the studies of Onda Cero Menorca to explain the work that this body is doing for the conservation, restoration and promotion of the monuments that it currently manages.
During the extensive interview, Campo announced the publication of a new website of the Consorcio Militar de Menorca (www.consorciomilitarmenorca.com) that is updated weekly, as well as the dissemination of news of interest on social networks, specifically in Youtube, Facebook and Instagram.
He also took the opportunity to publicize the creation of the Association Friends of the Castell de Sant Felip, whose objective is, in the style of the Isla del Rey, to recover the important historical and cultural heritage represented by the ruins of said monument and its tunnels, declared Asset of Cultural Interest.
Francisco José Campo reminded the listeners of Onda Cero that the Menorca Military Consortium is made up of the Ministry of Defense, the Balearic Government, the Menorca Island Council, the Balearic Port Authority and the Mahón and Es Castell municipalities. All these public administrations manage, through the figure of the Consortium, the Isabel II Fortress (La Mola), the Sant Felip Castle, the Menorca Military Museum, the Torre d’en Penjat and the Felipet Tower.
Finally, the acting director of the Consortium encouraged all Menorcans and people who are in Menorca this Easter to visit La Mola, Castell de Sant Felip and / or the Military Museum of Menorca, the latter two through a concerted visit.
All the information on schedules, prior request for visits and ticket prices is on the new website www.consorciomilitarmenorca.com
Listen to the full interview through the following link: