SOLLER'S art trustees which includes the Majorca Daily Bulletin founder, Pere A. Serra yesterday visited the gardens of the historic manorial home of Can Prunera to confirm that the grounds will be open to the public in May, coinciding with Soller's annual festival. The inauguration of the modern art museum at Can Prunera, a property built at the beginning of the last century is scheduled for August this year. The estate was purchased by the Soller art trustees in 2006 after it was classified as a site of particular cultural interest. Funding has been provided by the European Union and the Balearic government for its restoration.


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