The Iberian deposit of Molí del Espígol recovers its activity after 12 years

The Iberian deposit of Molí del Espígol recovers its activity after 12 years

After twelve years, archaeological activity has resumed in the Iberian site of Molí del Espígol de Tornabous in the region of l’Urgell.

In sum, a budget of just over one million euros is reached, thanks to the fact that the work is financed with the 1% cultural granted by the Government and by the contribution made by the Ministry of Culture. The new archaeological search It will last about a year and it is hoped that visits can be made to this site, since it acquires great importance as it is one of the largest discovered in Catalonia.

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