Anti-tourism graffiti in Palma

Another incident of Anti-tourism graffiti in Palma.


Another anti-tourism slogan has appeared in Palma. Reading "tourism is a disease", it is on a sculpture by Julio Le Pec on the Passeig Sagrera.

The Arca heritage association has denounced the vandalism, saying that it "energetically" rejects attacks on the city's culture. Those responsible, Arca adds, lose all credibility for their views "when they are capable of mistreating a marble sculpture".

Two slogans which appeared last week were quickly removed by the Emaya municipal services agency.


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Steve Riches / Hace 7 months

Where else do they think the money comes from to buy the felt-tip pens for their graffiti?


John Parkinson / Hace 7 months

Bless,must have done it on their way to school or to help in mummy and daddies hotel serving us nasty tourists.