Sunday, 22 October, 2017

La Cultura

The study examines aspects such as economics, technology, social cohesion, mobility, urban planning and governance

Scenes are being filmed for series 4

300 have been installed across the capital

They are seen as an affront to the building's Islamic past

The Pride March this year beat records both in terms of floats and people

Guests will be able to enjoy as many as 35 different beers

The Spanish prime minister expressed his condolences for the world-renowned creative's death on Sunday

The trailer promises that a ‘great war is coming’

Hundreds of music fans from around the world will descend on the city

The old-school electronic gang have been confirmed for the three-day event

His talent earned him the Irish Douglas Hyde Gold Medal in 1966

Surprisingly few people know about the fascinating life of Alexander Fleming’s granddaughter, Penelope Fleming

Yoga offered includes Rocket Ashtanga, Yin Yang Yoga, Aerial Yoga and Hot Strala Yoga

The Auditorio-Teatro Felipe on Calle Santo Tomas de Aquino in Estepona has unveiled its airy and large new space, which it will use to showcase art and photography

The diverse region became the backdrop to 1,336 films during 2016, the highest amount in 10 years

A survey carried out by consultancy firm Gfk revealed the first downturn in pirated consumption in the country in 10 years

One of the biggest hotels on the coast, the Sunset Beach Club, in Benalmadena will be supporting DEBRA Spain, Barretstown Ireland and Make a Wish Spain

The party-mad region hosts around 119 gigs each year, more than in the regions of Madrid (109), Valencia (81) and Castilla y Leon (72), the biggest autonomous community in the country

Gibraltar psychologist knighted by Spain’s Royal Family shares his extraordinary life story with Joe Duggan

The exhibition will also feature live concerts

Celebrations will include live entertainment from Euro star Fruela and Michael Marouli Music, both of whom also featured on the X-Factor

The sexually transmitted disease has been fingered by numerous art historians as one of the most likely causes of the succession of tortuous illnesses suffered by one of Spain’s most revered painters, including his total loss of hearing

David Bomberg lived in the Spanish mountain town from 1934­-35 and from 1956 until just before his death in 1957, and painted some of his greatest work there

The Spanish hopeful will sing Do It For Your Lover during Saturday's live final

Bar owners to hold crunch talks on Friday to determine course of action

Italian scored worldwide smash hit with single Children




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