He gives Abascal something: this is how the statue of King Pelayo dawned in Gijón


Santiago Abascal and the statue of King Pelayo in Gijón.


Statue of King Pelayo in Gijón, disguised as Mafalda.

“We consider that it was the moment to show our admiration for Quino’s work through Mafalda, with her critical, responsible and supportive gaze,” said Divertia’s manager, Lara Álvarez.

Mafalda sees from the heights “a difficult reality” with “a look that from the local that refers to the global”, he has indicated.

Also last night the brass bands disguised some spaces or public elements of different neighborhoods and parishes.

In addition, the website of the Festejos area has added a video recorded last year by the brass bands with the title “A thousand charangueros”, which pays tribute to the city’s carnival.

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