For the World Music Day, next June 21, the Internet will be filled with music thanks to the online macro-concert that will be offered by about twenty creative cities -among them Llíria City Of Music-, organized by Kansas City, under the project ‘The journey of percussion’. The videos will be
Llíria is commemorating European Music Day 2021 with an intense cultural programme that will take place throughout the week; an event that has been celebrated every June 21 since 1982. The Edetan town places thus value on its label of UNESCO Creative City, with numerous events among which the 3rd
Sanliurfa organizes an online event in which Creative Cities so outstanding such as Baku or Bogotá will participate as well The musical prestige and the patrimonial wealth of Llíria resound increasingly more strongly at an international level. Thanks to its belonging to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, the four main
The prestigious guitarist Jesús ‘Pingüino’ González offered, last Friday, May 7, a great concert at the Iglesia de la Sang in Llíria, with other Venezuelan musicians with recognized level such as the trumpeters Pacho Flores and Chipi Chacón and the guitarist Marcel Montcourt. ‘Pingüino’ González has a long music experience,
The international response in this first edition of the Llíria City of Music Orchestra Conducting Competition has gone beyond expectations. Just one week after the opening of the call, the organization has already received a huge number of applications from twenty countries in Europe, America and Asia. Among the applications
The capital of Camp de Túria successfully closed yesterday the sixth edition of “El DesenJazz 2021. Festival de Jazz i Altres Músiques de Llíria”, an initiative that merges jazz with other musical styles and artistic disciplines, organized by Turisme Llíria and with the support of the Mediterranew Musix brand through
Llíria will celebrate its more than two centuries of musical training with the I Llíria “City of Music” International Orchestra Conducting Competition. It will be held on 12-17 July 2021, and will be the first major musical competition, open to participants from all over the world, that the Edetan city
Llíria City of Music will participate this Thursday in one of the most creative and ambitious tributes ever made to the figure of Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the most important composers in the West. On the occasion of the 250th Anniversary of his coming into the world in Bonn,
The involvement and activity of musicians of Llíria within the UNESCO Creative Cities Network is growing stronger. Coinciding with the first anniversary of the joining of Llíria, two closely linked musicians have raised the flag of Edetanian music outside our territory. Last November 5, the chief conductor of the Orquesta
Llíria and Vranje became part of the UNESCO Creative Cities of Music list at the end of October 2019. Since then and despite the pandemic, music has not stopped playing in either of the two locations. Vranje (pronounced Vranya) is a city of 82,000 inhabitants located in southern Serbia. One
Llíria is currently savouring one of the sweetest stages of its rich multicultural history. The city that we all associate with a “Symphony of Cultures” for its brilliant Iberian, Roman, Arab and medieval past, and wrapped in the best chords of its prestigious bands, was recognized on October 31 by
This 1st VIRTUAL MEETING OF ARTISTS FROM CREATIVE CITIES IN SPAIN will be attended by experts linked to different creative fields, which are being developed by the creative cities through several projects. It has been confirmed the atttendance of author Mr. Manuel Vicent or editor Ms. Silvia Sesé representing the
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.