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On Thursday, a judge rejected the injunction request against the statue and ordered the Christian association to pay 500 euros, or about 0, in legal fees, according to a court email on Friday.
Even if there is further opposition, the short, jovial Devil is likely to take up residence in the city next week, Claudia De Santos, who leads the city’s heritage and tourism department, said by phone on Friday. de Santos told El País that the Catholic association had claimed that Segovia would become a focal point for satanic worship.“I just can’t believe that this could happen in 21st-century Spain,” she said.
The city of 52,000 people north of Madrid is known for its 16th-century Gothic cathedral, a Moorish castle called Alcázar and a 2,000-year-old Roman aqueduct.
The statue was to be placed on a wall above the Old Town, and the presentation appeared to be a marriage of modern culture and an ancient myth.
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