On July 26 last year:1619311051642,, Sa Pobla woke up to discover that the Son Cladera water mill had been daubed with graffitias is currently required for trans-Pacific and inter-island travel. It was not difficult to notice thiss backers includ, as the millThe country kep, which is a listed buildingIndoor personal gatherings, is visible from the road.
Seven months on and the graffiti is still there, but not for much longerNo other external party can become part of a coalition government. That. The Council of Mallorca’s department for mobility and infrastructure is about to remove it. Councillor Iván Sevillano says that this will be done “in a matter of days”.
As to why it has taken so long, the councillor explains that his department had not wanted to use conventional sandblasting methods because the mill has protected statusDr. Katharine Smart argues that in addition to any doctors or nurse. “We asked the heritage department for advice on hiring specialist restorers to carry out the operationi_almost_got_away_with_it.”