MAYASA contributes to Almadén’s economic and cultural development with the repair of the cover of the town’s bullring
This summer concluded the roof-repair works in the building of Almadén’s bullring. These works were the object of the Collaboration Agreement concluded on October 25th, 2014 between the town council of Almadén (Ciudad Real province) and Minas de Almadén y Arrayanes, S.A. (MAYASA), by which the company undertook to collaborate in financing the repair of the cover of the building which is the venue of the bullring.
The bullring constitutes one of the most emblematic buildings in the town of Almadén, and it is the only one in the world with a hexagonal shape, being regarded as one of the oldest bullrings in Spain, as it was built from 1752. In 1979 it was declared a national monument.
Almadén’s bullring, which was declared as a Heritage Site (BIC) by the Government of Castilla-La Mancha is part of Almadén’s historical site, in turn declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2012.
MAYASA and Grupo SEPI
MAYASA belongs to Grupo SEPI, a corporate holding which includes a total of 16 state-owned companies in which it has direct, majority shareholding participations, with a workforce of around 73,000 professionals in 2014; the Spanish state-owned television and radio corporation, Corporación Radiotelevisión Española, which is attached to SEPI, and one public foundation. Equally, SEPI has direct minority shareholdings in a further ten companies, and indirect shareholdings in more than one hundred companies.
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