The RTE team have published a report in which they talk about the “mountain” project they are working on, the development of which is funded by a €30 million grant.RTE’s report, titled “We want a mountain that doesn’t exist”, was published by the project coordinator for the “Dalí Mountain” project.
“This project is an example of how we can bring our solutions to our own mountain,” the project director said.
“We want the best solutions, and we want to make sure that these solutions are available to the local community, as well as to the people in the surrounding area.”
The “Dali Mountain” mountain, situated in the mountains of southern Spain, is considered one of the most beautiful in the world.
It is located in the Andalusian region of Andalusia, just north of the capital Barcelona.
The “mountaineers” have worked on the project for five years and have been given a €2.8 million grant by the Spanish government.
The project director of the “Mountain”, Carlos de la Torre, said that the €30-million grant was not just to finance the project, but also to give local authorities in Dalí an opportunity to build a “specialised” structure, as they have already done with other projects.
The €30m will help the local authorities to “provide better services for the local population”, he said.
De la Torres said that he and his team were not seeking to “rebuild” the mountain, but to use it as a “temporary place for recreation”.
“It is the only way to make the mountain function as a destination,” he said, adding that “the only thing needed is the knowledge, experience and knowledge of the people who will live and work here”.