Victor Beltrí Roqueta (Tortosa 1862 - Cartagena 1935) was an architect who especially contributed to the dissemination of Modernisme in the city of Cartagena thanks to his training at the Architecture School of Barcelona. Having settled in Cartagena in 1897, he was commissioned by the major fortunes of the day in mining to design such emblematic mansions and buildings as the Gran Hotel, Casa Alessón, Palacio Aguirre, Casa Zapata, Casa Cervantes or Casa Llagostera. "Comisión Beltrí 2012" is an association that was created with the aim of commemorating the 150 years of his birth by organising talks, exhibitions and all manner of acts to highlight his work as an architect. The main aim of the association is to protect and preserve his work that is at risk so that it can be seen in perfect conditions by the year 2012. It also wants to promote the creation of a Modernista museum in the city of Cartagena in which Victor Beltrí and his work would occupy an important position because of its inherent qualities.