This Friday, January 3 at 8:00 p.m. in the Santomera Assembly Hall, the project undertaken by the Santomera Heritage Association is closed, and supported by the Santomera City Council and the Historical Heritage Service of the Region of Murcia, where They have located more than 25 archaeological sites that until now were not known.
The Archaeological Survey of Santomera (2018-2019) has lasted approximately one year and it has been attended by more than 50 people including archaeologists, professors and students of the University of Murcia, and specialists in various subjects such as biologists, geologists, etc.
During the execution of the same news have been known as the discovery of the Fields of Inscultures of the Cabezos de la Mina and Malnombre, or the study of the possible Necropolis of the Cabezo Malnombre with more than ten burials in sepulchral caves of about 5000 thousand years antiquity
Along with the deposits, more than a fortnight of Ethnographic Goods have been studied, among which are reservoirs, mines, ditches, etc.
The project is framed in a series of activities that are being carried out jointly between the Association, City Hall and the Permanent Extension Headquarters of the University of Murcia, for the study, protection and enhancement of the archaeological heritage of the Municipality.