The monument to the Street Mask of the author Fernando Kiriko, is located in the Spain Square and presiding over the Carnaval street.

At 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1 and in the Spain Square, the monument to the Street Mask was inaugurated, the work of the sculptor from Ciudad Real Fernando ‘Kiriko’.

The mayor of Miguelturra, Laura Arriaga, the counselor of economy, business and employment of the Castilla-La Mancha Community Board, Patricia Franco, the vice-president of the Provincial Council of Ciudad Real, María Jesús Villaverde, the delegate of the Board, Carmen Teresa Olmedo, the provincial delegate for Economy, Business and Employment, Agustín Espinosa, the Councilor for Celebrations, Diego Rodríguez, representatives of the municipal corporation and the author of the work Fernando Kiriko, have inaugurated the monument to the carnival, located in the Spain Square and presiding over the entrance to Street Carnaval.

A monument that represents the typical Street Mask, which will be accompanied by a second work that will be inaugurated during the celebration of the summer carnival. This first phase has been financed by the Provincial Council of Ciudad Real.

The work reflects the history and tradition of the Miguelturra Carnival, looking towards Carnival Street, observes everything that happens and thus, not miss any detail of what happens in the most charismatic street of the churriego carnival.

Made of lost-wax cast bronze, it measures 1.90 meters.

The carnival authorities could not miss the act with the King of Carnival, Serafín Delgado, the president of the Peñas Association, Raúl Domínguez, accompanied by his board of directors, as well as all our Peñas and Major Masks of 2020 and 2022.

We already have and can enjoy such a long-awaited monument to the Miguelturra Carnival.