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The Guadiana Eurocity, made up of the cities of Ayamonte, Castro Marim and Vila Real de Santo Antonio are less than 10 kilometers from each other. They form a common territory, with the Guadiana River marking the border between the two countries.
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Until now, the cultural and events agenda of the three municipalities was programmed independently, however, since the beginning of the Poctep - interreg EuroGuadiana 2020 project, the culture technicians of the three municipalities have been working to present a more complete artistic proposal and better articulated over time, thus offering a greater supply and better use of public resources.
The Cultural Agenda is published monthly and is promoted through the EGTC media, social networks and radio program, and is a platform for dissemination not only of municipal activities, but also of cultural businesses and independent artists. Art galleries, such as Passage Café, or Seda Espacio Abierto in Ayamonte (Spain), announce their exhibitions every month in the Joint Cltural Agenda.
In short, Joint Culture Agenda has greatly benefited artists and cultural promoters to attract andcontinue to achieve a way of life in times of pandemic.
The EuroGuadiana 2020 project is cofunded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Interreg Spain-Portugal (POCTEP) programme.