Members of the public can't visit but La Fortalesa is a venue for 'VIP' weddings.
The second act of graffiti vandalism this week.
"We liked it very much. We should have come earlier."
An architect says that part of the wall was "destroyed" by the contractor.
Heritage regulations don't allow a new design.
Work in Plaça Espanya has exposed part of the wall, just like the sinkhole did.
Fartàritx is a finca of high environmental and heritage value.
The hostel, originally a hotel, opened in 1914.
Can Serra was bought by the Balearic government with revenue from the old ecotax.
The Council of Mallorca has until July 10 to exercise its right of first refusal and buy the site.
Endesa sold the power station to an investment fund in early May.
The Spanish government currently owns the walls.
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