[PHOTOGALLERY] Baix la Mar presents its child charges embraced by the worlds of Jules Verne

On Sunday, the first of the failed presentations of the local commissions took place at the Social Center. The person in charge of opening the calendar, after the presentations of the Falleras Mayores de Dénia that took place the previous weekend, was the Falla Baix la Mar to present its President and Fallera Mayor Infantil: Cesc Llácer and Paula Pastor.

With a dazzling staging, based on the bibliography of Jules Verne, he introduced himself to the new children's offices of Baix la Mar for the Fallas of 2020, as well as its entire commission. The presentation was given by Mar Cabrera Ramis, who, following the aesthetics of the act, spoke of the power of literary stories and adventures, especially the work of the French writer, accompanied by an imposing representation of Nautilus submarine of Captain Nemo, of Music and dance.

After the start, it was time for Cesc, the new Infant President, who thanked in his speech the position, promising to live up to it. One by one they went, then, raising all the children's falleros and finally taking a seat to finally discover Paula, the Fallera Mayor Infantil, who submerged the Nautilus between applause.

Once carried out the exaltation of Paula by her sister, with a speech with which the Fallera Mayor could not contain the tears of emotion, it was the turn of the tributes of the various associations, invited commissions, of the councilor of Parties, outgoing charges and, of course, the Fallera Mayor Infantil de Dénia, Martina Gimeno. Finally, with the band that its president placed, Paula thanked in his speech to his commission, Cesc and Juanvi Lull, President 2020 of Baix la Mar, for having counted on her to star next year the Falla Baix la Mar childish.

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