Saturday, 16 December, 2017

Tag: unesco

A visit from UNESCO officials will determine the future of the 41-storey building

Head of the Balboa Refinery insists the scheme is 'viable' but lacks 'political will'

The UNESCO site, established in 2006, covers parts of Malaga and Cadiz provinces

Ronda mayor Antonio Marin Lara not guilty of corruption

The Altamira cave was due to re-open this month after an eight-year break

The Bishop of Cordoba wants to rename the city’s mosque, or ‘Mezquita’ as a cathedral

Sevilla's controversial Torre Pelli gets approval

Johnny Vegas effect as tourist town tops Valentine's poll

Bosses lose law suit against green, campaigning magazine

UNESCO is joined by World Monuments Fund to oppose construction of controversial Torre Cajasol

As Ronda mayor appears in court for corruption, new report slams the golf project which he controversially passed

Architects vote on skyscraper which could lead to Sevilla losing its World Heritage Status

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