The PP candidate in Santa Cruz de Tenerife proposes to build another Carnival museum, despite the fact that one was inaugurated in 2017


The Popular Party (PP) candidate for Mayor of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Carlos Tarife, has proposed this Wednesday to create a Carnival Museum on the city’s maritime avenue despite the fact that there is already a Carnival House that was inaugurated in 2017 in another part of the capital. In addition, he proposes to recover the stage in the Plaza de España with the aim of “dignifying” the aforementioned festivities. The stage left that location and was taken to the Fairgrounds in 2006.


The PP candidate in Santa Cruz de Tenerife campaigns in a 'sex shop' and accuses other parties of spreading his photo holding a penis

The PP candidate in Santa Cruz de Tenerife campaigns in a ‘sex shop’ and accuses other parties of spreading his photo holding a penis

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The PP indicates that Carlos Tarife considers that a museum could be promoted according to the Carnival and indicates for its location a plot on Avenida Marítima that is owned by the Cabildo de Tenerife. According to Tarife, “urbanistically it fits a facility and, therefore, a museum.”

The candidate has affirmed that it can also be a meeting place where there are cafeterias, restaurants, equipment “in conditions” so that the Carnival groups, visitors and, above all, “the chicharreros feel proud.”

He has also proposed setting up a permanent dialogue table with the Carnival groups within the Social Council of the city, as well as the creation of a Carnival school so that young people from an early age can learn about the operation of the different groups “and decide so whether to enroll in a murga, comparsa, rondalla or group or the world of designers”.

As for the current Casa del Carnaval, Carlos Tarife has thought of a different use from the current one, since among the proposals of the Popular Party is the creation of more libraries and study rooms, which could be one of its functions. Since it has been open five years ago, this museum has received 103,436 visitors, which represents a daily average of 56 people.



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