Last December, Dénia presented in its tunnel of the castle an action to learn about the history of the creation of this passageway that connects the north and south of the city. A story that speaks of refuge, protection, fear. From the Civil War. A story that has been stolen.
It is not entirely true. The story itself cannot be stolen, but one of the panels of the permanent exhibition located in the tunnel, where the past of the construction is narrated and how Dénia used it to shelter families and protect them from aerial bombardments. . This Wednesday, one of these posters had disappeared, it is unknown if due to pure vandalism or something else, for trying to hide what counts.
They didn't just tear down the sign and leave the place. They ripped it off and took it away. "We do not know the intentions of the act, but the truth is that with this action the public is deprived of being able to know the history of Dénia." The Department of Culture has not heard from him again. They do not know the author of the robbery and also his whereabouts. What they do know is that he will recover, "as quickly as possible."