The mayor emphasizes that "the people of Tambor and Bombo de España are in luck with a declaration that promotes us worldwide"
Moratalla has redoubled around 1:00 pm this Thursday when UNESCO has announced the declaration of the tamboradas as Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
A welcome announcement that was waiting since 6 in the morning for dozens of local residents, who have followed through the live broadcast of the full of the UNESCO held in the Islands of Mauritius
From the Town Hall of Moratalla they celebrate this international declaration that put in value the tradition and the symbol of the Drum and the Drum, that identifies to an important number of towns of the Spanish geography, as it is the case of our municipality.
A union between peoples with a very marked identity and that has become an emblem of friendship and harmony between peoples with the same tradition and year after year activities and joint days are carried out that further enhance the twinning and the drum extolling.
The Mayor of Moratalla, Jesús Amo, has shown his pride and joy for this great news that further enhances these spectacular festivities, congratulating the Drummers Association of Moratalla and the people in general for this remarkable achievement.
Likewise, he stressed that "this declaration is going to suppose a greater impulse to the promotion of our parties and to the enrichment of the drum and of our traditions".
In an extraordinary way and on the occasion of the celebration of this declaration by UNESCO, many neighbors have gone out to the streets to redouble their drums as a welcome gesture of this international recognition.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Moratalla