The Governing Council has approved a grant from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Universities, amounting to 72,600 euros, the Bishop of the Diocese of Cartagena to carry out restoration Altarpiece of the Sanctuary of Santa Eulalia de Totana, which part of the cultural heritage as one of the most outstanding works of the eighteenth century in Murcia.
The altarpiece by Jerome Caballero, dating from the eighteenth century and has been declared a Cultural Monument with character.
This is one of the few coffered pair and knuckle that remain in the region.
The altarpiece is made of carved wood, polychrome and gilded pine water and he emphasizes his mouth, which accesses the dressing room on the first framed by Solomonic columns and pilasters body.
A second body shot is chaired by the dove of the Holy Spirit framed by pilasters and stipes and figures of angels young men carrying shields Aledo and Totana.