Cantoria's City Council has completed the construction of the 270 new niches. The two phases have cost 100.00 euros each. The agreement guarantees that every family will have a place to keep their loved ones close. The government team from Almanzora Valley's historic capital emphasizes the complexity of the administrative process required to transfer some of the abandoned tombs into their new homes. This helps optimize space. The municipal technical services had to perform minutes attesting the actions, topographic survey with geolocation, and so put together a complete file that includes all movements of mortal remains.
This year, the All Saints Bridge will be illuminated in its full glory. In addition to the construction and finishing of the niches this year, small improvements to the gardens, the non-slip painting of the streets, and thorough cleaning of common areas have already begun. The additional investment of 50,000 Euros was also made. Puri Sanchez, the mayor, maintains that while younger people might see it as a strange and expensive investment, particularly given the new trends in burials, the city must also be sensitive to the needs of the elderly who desire to have a permanent resting place. We hope that the niches we have provided will not be sufficient to meet the needs of the next 15 to 20 years. To that end, we invest in active aging activities that allow them to coexist with us as much possible. She confirms that she was part of the government team. Here is the final result. The work was done in two phases, 120 and 150 niches each. They were built in four modules and equipped with natural ventilation elements. From Almeria.
The mayor of the town said that the grave action in the cemetery had "turned the place into an attraction for the municipality and it is evident that the arrangement and landscaping that is maintained throughout each year has been maintained throughout the year. But the Cantoria Cemetery deserves a peaceful, leisurely visit to view some of the most impressive marble craftsmanship in the province. The first mayor said that we have works of art that we can help to value.