The closure of Iker Jiménez, on vandalism in cave caves


  • Iker Jiménez reflects on the vandalism of cave paintings in his section ‘The Closure’.

  • Iker Jiménez is angry at the vandals: “They are attacks, they don’t respect anything.”

Iker Jimenez speaks of one of the areas that most fascinate them in Spain: the Parque Natural de Despeñaperros. “Someone, knowing that it is a place of difficult access and little guarded, stained paint on the rock representations so wonderful that they exist in those caves. There were the first prehistoric”.

The host of ‘The Ship of Mystery’ reflects on this vandalism and he goes on to say that, although the paintings have been in this or other caves for centuries, until someone reaches out and says ‘this is important’, the ‘fool on duty’ does not come to paint over it. “Who does these stupid things, which are attacks, they don’t respect anything ”.

The reflection Iker Jiménez’s full report on these acts of vandalism throughout the Spanish geography, in ‘The closure of Iker’.


Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by www.cuatro.com.

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