The metallic monolith of more than two meters that appeared last Tuesday on the shore of Sa Conca, a small bay belonging to the municipality of Castell-Platja d’Aro (Girona), is difficult to reach by car if you do not live in a private place. The district de Sa Gavena, in Sagaro, will be moved to a sculptural space after it was vandalized on Thursday. The monolith appeared Tuesday on this beach in the Costa Brava, and it reminds us of one that was found in the Utah desert, in the United States, in 2020.
Castell-Platja d’Aro’s city council plans to move the monolith to the outdoor sculpture parc dels Estanys space, after police changed Thursday that several people had committed vandalism against the Monarchy. Customers recognized them when they had actually damaged the structure.
The city council had created a perimeter of protection around the monarchy in order to prevent acts of vandalism, and now it has chosen to move it due to the potential for recurrence. One of Castell-Platja d’Aro’s impressive art spaces is the Parc dels Estanys, which houses a permanent collection of sculptures by famous authors, as well as temporary exhibitions, the current works of the Marty Rom.
The municipal workers prepared last Thursday, say from the beach of Sa Conca, the structure, which now lies on the sand and whose origin is unknown, although it reminds us of what appeared last November in Utah and those that appeared later in the Kingdom of the Kingdom, Romania, the Netherlands, Poland and in some places in Spain . The presence of the monlith, which also evokes the existence of the movie 2001. Space flight (1968), by Stanley Kubrick, has attracted many spectators since Tuesday.
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