Tuesday, 12 December, 2017

La Cultura

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PARIS may be the world’s romance capital, but Spaniards are the most in love, according to new statistics. Messaging app Viber revealed its Spanish users...

Sales have risen for the first time in a decade

And there's certainly no stiff upper lip between the sheets

The park reportedly lacks the rights to characters and various commercial elements of the world created in Tolkien's epic novels

But he insists they were a present

The Malaga-born actor says his hometown is always on his mind

Estepona is in for a weekend of fun and festivities with the carnival coming to town

“This is a war, us against them, the rich, the greedy: the ones that got us into this mess.”

Alhambra number crunch threatens to cut visitor count

A BRITISH expat is walking 1,300km in her third trip along the Camino de Santiago

A total of 27 faked artworks worth €1.2 million were recovered from raids in Castellon

Pope holds meeting with a transsexual after being denounced by his priest as ‘the devil’s daughter’

The fourth edition of the Biennial flamenco will be inaugurated in the Cervantes Theatre in Malaga on February 17

Guardia Civil recover 36 Egyptian artefacts valued at €300,000

With matadors and flamenco dancers as inspiration the fashion retailers new line has a particularly Spanish flavour

Archaeologists have unearthed the casket in an unmarked grave in Madrid

More than 20 forensic experts are extracting bones from three unmarked graves

And his lead actor compares him to Shakespeare

It's the first of the architect's projects outside Spain

Fake works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and Henri Matisse were discovered

The myth of Tuesday the 13th haunts Spaniards just as Friday the 13th looms over the rest of us

The museum had over 410,000 visitors come through its doors in 2014

She claims Picasso left her to grow up in poverty

Known only as Pejac, his poetic art has been popping up all over European cities

The legendary French artist and sculptor will be displayed in Malaga next summer




PALMA street artists and performers will soon need a license to work in the capitol. Those who wish to to perform music or magic, or...
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