Thursday, 29 June, 2017

La Cultura

Work is underway to excavate what could be Spain’s second largest civil war mass grave

Sotogrande-based Calum McGregor, who said the sport helped him battle his ‘demons’, has released Touching Distance From Africa

Construction on the new Goya museum in Fuendetodos is halted due to financial problems

Catalan leaders stand accused of undermining attempts to repatriate priceless artworks

Experts say the 1.5% increase is due to the growing demand for organic and natural wines

Granada-born Morente, who died at the age of 67 in 2010, released his first recording, Cante Flamenco, in 1967

Sticking two fingers up to Fascism, Torremolinos offered Europeans the chance to live the free life they desired

A group of friends in Madrid has opened a shop selling books by weight

Headlining the Alrumbo music festival, the guys from Essex will be joined by Gipsy Kings and Spanish indie band Vetusta Morla

Gaucin’s artists fling their studio doors wide open to the public

Bosses of the cliff-hugging walkway have pushed forward improvement works in time for this summer’s rush

Despite her financial problems, Carmen Thyssen has insisted that her collection will not be sold

A poignant and intimate look at the daily life of the troubled Mexican artist

Golf enthusiasts can enjoy the area's six courses

Oil painting by Juliette Robb stolen from Los Arcos restaurant

Exclusive by Iona Napier GIBRALTARIAN artist Christian Hook is riding an astounding wave of success. His portrait of actor Alan Cumming has been recognised as one...

A new book about the former monarch's double life has been launched

Brit holiday favourite Mallorca has seven such clubs

Relic which surfaced in Spain a century after ship sank is FAKE, claims designer

Ultimatum issued to Church as mosque-cathedral saga rumbles on

The Iberian Penisular is still a favourite among French, Italian, English, German and even Spanish tourists themselves

Franco is 'alive' according to a new exhibit in Madrid

She loves Fuerteventura, where she recently filmed a video

Spain’s most revered guitar maker is modestly tucked away in a Madrid basement, a stone’s throw from the Theatre Royal

A documentary about his career is released on DVD in September

Andalucia: A Literary Guide For Travellers takes readers on an enthralling tour of Spain’s largest region, as seen through the eyes of the countless authors who have been inspired by it

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