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Lliria - City of music

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Music has been created in Llíria since at least the third or second century before Christ. This is shown by the famous “Kalathos of the dance”, which represents men and women dancing to the sound of a flautist.


Llíria relies on the most prestigious and oldest Civil Music Bands in Spain, whose history was born 200 years ago.


There are four official centres where music is studied, among which is to be found the Public Conservatory, having formed more than 3000 musicians in the last 25 years.


In 1997 Llíria hosted the first educational centre of Spain where music is integrated with primary studies.


Today Llíria is one of the European cities presenting a higher percentage of musicians per capita.


There are more than 1400 musicians formed in Llíria that exercise professionally all over the world.


Llíria annually hosts more than 170 musical events, both national and international, and of various styles: band music, classical music, ancient music, contemporary music, jazz, world, percussion, choirs, rock-pop, rap…


There are 30 public spaces that host live music, from ancient Iberian, Roman and Arab sites to medieval and baroque churches, as well as Renaissance museums and palaces, where art, music and different cultures merge.


Llíria has been declared “Valencian City of Music” by one of the regions with a prevailing musical tradition in Europe, the Valencian Community.


More than one-tenth of the municipal budget is destined to the music sector.


Llíria has a long tradition of international cooperation and cultural exchanges with the music at the centrepiece.


Over the last two centuries, music has been used to articulate Llíria’s social life, integrating all local groups, including those most disadvantaged, through its multiple associations.

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Ciudad romana. S. I – II d.C. declarado BIC

Este espacio arqueológico conserva uno de los conjuntos arquitectónicos relacionados con el mundo funerario, más importantes de la antigua provincia romana de Hispania.

Estos monumentos funerarios formaban parte de la antigua necrópolis de Edeta. Se conservan los restos de dos monumentos funerarios dispuestos junto con una de las principales vías de la entrada a la ciudad romana.

Junto a la vía necrópolis, se encuentra el umbral de la entrada al recinto funerario constituido por cuatro losas con la inscripción latina P. CLODIVS EVTYCHVS SIBI ET CLODIAE NATALI VXORI CARISSIMAE que significa “P. Clodio Eutico lo construyó para sí y para Clodia Natalia, su amadísima esposa”.

El primer monumento tiene la fachada decorada con pilastras acanaladas y una cámara interior con dos bancos corridos donde se celebraban las fiestas de los parientes. El segundo monumento pertenece al grupo de sepulcros turriformes y conserva una losa con un orificio central para realizar las libaciones que tapa una cavidad cúbica donde se depositaban las incineraciones y los ajuares funerarios.

Un audiovisual dedicado al mundo funerario romano puede contemplarse en una de las salas de este sótano arqueológico.