THE PALENCIA WATER MUSEUM OPENS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AQUALOGY
06 November 2012
Over the next 30 months, Aqualogy Development Network (ADN Aqualogy) will manage the Palencia Water Museum, a facility that opened its doors on 31 October and expects to receive 15,000 visitors from now until 2015.
Both the Mayor of Palencia, Alfonso Polanco, and the Minister for Culture of the Palencia City Council, Carmen Fernández Caballero, wished to highlight the group's ‘extensive experience in management’, with it also being responsible for Palencia's complete water cycle.
Furthermore, the area manager for Northern and Central Spain and the Balearic Islands at Aqualogy, Oriol Morillo, thanked ‘the confidence placed in ADN Aqualogy by the City Council’ and highlighted ‘the dedication and effort’ made by the City Council and the group ‘to accomplish this project’ and to ensure access to the museum.
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