Die Hafenbehörde der Balearen (APB) organisierte gestern eine Übung zur Aufspürung eines Sprengsatzes, der neben einem Dieseltransport im Handelshafen von Palma platziert wurde.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) wanted to thank the Open House Palma Cultural Association for the initiative to promote the city's architectural heritage, enabling many citizens to visit the most prestigious buildings of the APB in Palma. Specifically, on Saturday 6 November, 287 people visited the APB's institutional headquarters, 166 went to the offices and 44 visited the Portopí lighthouse and the maritime signal exhibition. In fact, the institutional headquarters of the APB was the second most visited building on Saturday 6 November.
With this in mind, the president and director of the APB, Francesc Antich and Jorge Nasarre, respectively, have awarded the representatives of Open House Palma, Biel Noguera, Laura Trias and Nuria Zuzama, with the commemorative plaque that is given to ships calling for the first time at Balearic ports.
The president of the APB, Francesc Antich, highlighted the success of the event in terms of participation, and expressed his desire to repeat the experience in the next edition of the festival.
Open House Palma
Open House Palma is the largest architecture and open door festival in Palma. For one weekend a year, more than 70 buildings and spaces, usually closed or hidden from the public, are open to visitors free of charge, and all of them without exception are the best examples of architecture and design in Palma.
The association is made up of different professionals with different profiles, including architecture, art history, cultural heritage management, design and communication.