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HERITAGE: A set of witnesses that conform the cultural legacy of our people.

 

Arq&Volta Patrimoni i Societat is born rooted in the earth. It is born of passion of both learning and teaching what has been learned. Arises from the need to display, transmit and share a patch of our land. Heritage as an object of desire, and the desire to get it to all.

   

Spending a month lying on the beach sunbathing it begins to be boring. More often, we are looking different experiences with an active leisure where, in addition to have fun, we participate and to learn.

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Personal and direct to try to make you feel comfortable. We work on what we like and we want you like it as much as we like it.

Thoroughness and professionalism are the basis from which we build our project.

With the latest technologies at the service of the knowledge and learning, we used them in our day to day to improve the experience and outcomes. In addition, we are present at main social networks Find us!

The largest castles were made with small stones. With daily objects, from the simplicity of rural life, we want to show the greatness of a hidden history and a landscapes that will impress you.

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Photographic safaris through the valencian Serengeti

Photographic Safari at Muela de Cortes, Valencia, pain

More information about the Photographic Safari here!

and… if you have any doubt about what you can find, have a look into Arq&Volta’s Flickr!

The Team

Trini Martínez i Rubio

Trini Martínez i Rubio

Historian and PhD in Archaeology

Studies of rock art have carried her to visit far countries like Australia, Chile and Brazil where she learned as much as could about the revaluation of cultural heritage. However, the passion for the land of their ancestors has bring her to study in depth, inch by inch, the Muela de Cortes where she has conducted archaeological digs and research projects and the enhancement of the cultural heritage.

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Ximo Martorell Briz

Ximo Martorell Briz

Graduate in History and a Masters in Professional Archaeology from the University of Alicante.

He has worked in the Archaeological Museum of Alicante (MARQ) and at the universities of Alicante (UA) and Bristol (UoB). Participated in numerous research projects and enhancement of all types of archaeological sites, among which the rock shelter of Voro (Quesa), updating the Inventory of Rock Art in Valencia or excavations in the Bronze Age Cabezo Redondo (Villena). He is currently completing his PhD studies dealing with the study of Neolithic rock art of the middle river Júcar.

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The Background

Although we are a young company, we have experience and hard work behind us.

VIII Conference of Biodiversity
VIII Conference of Biodiversity
Travel Final Season.
Travel Final Season.
Painting the Prehistory
Painting the Prehistory
Exhibition commemorating 15 years of the Dimonis de l’Avern.
Exhibition commemorating 15 years of the Dimonis de l’Avern.
Permanent exhibition of the collection José Martínez Royo
Permanent exhibition of the collection José Martínez Royo
Creating the Route of the Nacimiento – Millares
Creating the Route of the Nacimiento – Millares
Day commemorating the declaration as a World Heritage of the Rock Art of the Mediterranean Basin
Day commemorating the declaration as a World Heritage of the Rock Art of the Mediterranean Basin
Unearthing ancient inhabitants of Millares
Unearthing ancient inhabitants of Millares
The Route of Moriscs.
The Route of Moriscs.
International Meeting ASP 2013 – Nerja (Córdoba)
International Meeting ASP 2013 – Nerja (Córdoba)
Visiting the Tambuc Site
Visiting the Tambuc Site
Workshop – The Iberian Ceramicist
Workshop – The Iberian Ceramicist
Workshop – Trees’s herder
Workshop – Trees’s herder
Archaeological dig at El Castillet. Season of August 2014.
Archaeological dig at El Castillet. Season of August 2014.
Arte Rupestre Neolítico en Millares
Arte Rupestre Neolítico en Millares
The Canal of Dos Aguas. The valley of artists
The Canal of Dos Aguas. The valley of artists
(Català) Jornada “Bicorp, con mucho arte!”
(Català) Jornada “Bicorp, con mucho arte!”
(Català) El Patrimoni Mundial ocult en el monts de Quesa
(Català) El Patrimoni Mundial ocult en el monts de Quesa
(Català) Pla d’adequació per a la promoció turística de Millares en 2015
(Català) Pla d’adequació per a la promoció turística de Millares en 2015

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A bridge towards the future

16/12/2015
Art Rupestre, Difusió del Patrimoni, General
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          A bridge to the futur. Happy new year!!

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Photographic Safari at the Muela de Cortes I. Ibex hispanica

21/05/2015
Fauna
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Among the biggest wildlife, the most striking, the specie most insightful, more resistant and the only one that survived through centuries of hunting and harassment in the vertical walls of Cortes’ Plateau, was the ibex, the Capra pyrenaica hispanica. It is an endemic ibex of the Iberian Peninsula with a strong sexual dimorphism, especially notable [...]

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