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The exhibition of the Mar de Fàbula Environmental Association was with us in Espacio Liresca for almost 2 months.

It was the first exhibition with which we inaugurated LiresCa. And we are very grateful to Mar de Fàbula and Xosé Manuel Barros.

The chaotic figures, the fish boxes, the lost heads, the boats, ... in short, the sculptures made of the plastic garbage collected from our beaches accompanied us during our first steps of this new voyage.

There were many people who passed through LiresCa during these months: walkers, visitors, local people ... They were all amazed at what they found there. All of them carried with them the message of awareness that this Association intends to convey "like a torn cry from the oceans that cry out against its destruction."

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