Puebla will be present at the International Tourism Fair (Fitur) that will be in Madrid, Spain. The above, said the Secretary of Culture in the entity, Sergio de la Luz Vergara Berdejo, is an opportunity for promoters of culture and tourism worldwide to turn their eyes to the entity.
From May 19 to 23, said the state official, Puebla will participate in Fitur at the same time that Puebla Week will be held at Casa México in Madrid, which will also focus on rural areas.
During a media conference, he explained that Fitur is an opportunity for him to turn to Puebla. “It is knowing and learning what we are, and relating life to how a society behaves,” he said.
He recalled that on December 11, 2019, Mexico and Spain celebrated the binational inscription on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Artisanal Processes for the elaboration of Talavera de Puebla and Tlaxcala, Mexico, and the ceramics of Talavera de la Reina y el Puente. of the Archbishop, Spain, with which both countries “rejoined ties.”
Vergara Berdejo reported that the fair will also present actions around the 333rd anniversary of the death of the so-called China Poblana, so there will be a conference on the real history of Catarina de San Juan, her trousseau that is part of the national identity and the birth of the myth.
Also, completed the training architect, there will be a week of the cinema of Puebla in which documentaries of the Mexican Revolution will be presented.
By the way, he said at the virtual media conference, the book Azulejos de Puebla: Designs of a Heritage Manufacture will be presented, as well as there will be working meetings with museum managers and textile designers, with whom the collection will be shared. this item is kept in state spaces.
The Minister of Culture highlighted the meeting with Acción Cultural Española (AC / E), a public body dedicated to promoting and promoting culture and heritage in Spain
Finally, he said that the presence at Fitur will be used to seek that Puebla is the headquarters of the Ibero-American Network of foundational cities.
Products such as coffee, whose demand is high in Europe, will also go to Fitur, together with the secretariats of Tourism, Economy and Rural Development; honey, since Puebla is the seventh largest producer nationwide; and mezcal that is distinguished by “its great quality and flavor, with native varieties that are attractive to the market.”