During the last month more than 2,000 people have visited the exhibition ‘Los clicks toman Benidorm’, installed in the hall at Fundación Caja Mediterráneo on Calle de la Alameda with Playmobil dolls also appearing around the city at some of its best known landmarks.
The mayor of Benidorm, Toni Perez, visited yesterday, Thursday August 6, the different areas in which more than 3,000 brick models have recreated a day on the beaches of Benidorm or a day at the Festival. They memorialise the International Song Festival, and posed as leisure facilities in an animal park.
In addition, for the first time there is a four meterlong model of the tragic transatlantic ship, The Titanic, which added to the three scenes of Wild West America, the Middle Ages and the world of pirates. The exhibition also includes the humourous ‘Hall of Fame’, which portrayed important bands and musical artists of all ages. There was also a collection of original film posters from Alcoyano artist Mauro Solbes’ collection, ‘I Love Cinema’.
During his visit the mayor was accompanied by the president of the Fundación Caja Mediterráneo, Matías Pérez Such; José Trigueros, the manager of Esatur who organised the exhibition; and the representative from the council’s Department of Culture, Ana Pellicer.
The exhibition will be open until September 30 of September, Monday to Friday from 6pm to 10pm, and at weekend also in the morning from 11am to 2pm.