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The Welsh Don Juan … The one who’s belief that Welsh Indians roamed America’s Wild West helped a President strike the greatest land deal in history
HUMBLE HERO: Smerdou saved hundreds during Spain's civil warTHE forgotten villa of Spain’s own 'Schindler' has been...
Women in Andalucia were some of the first in Spain to join the fight against General Franco, writes Jack Gaioni
Belinda Beckett brings you the ‘pucker’ guide to kissing for Valentine’s month
Jack Gaioni uncovers the more absurd origins of the beautiful game
Spain is least ‘culturally arrogant’ country in Europe but here are 10 reasons why you SHOULD say ‘Viva España!’
Spain is the humblest country in Europe when it comes to shouting about its national patrimony - way behind boastful Britain and gloating Greece, according to a recent poll. But Pablo Balbontin has 10 reasons to be proud of his native land...
“THE English ceased to be one of the most aggressive, brutal, rowdy, outspoken, riotous cruel and bloodthirsty nations in the world and became one...
SPAIN’S ROBIN HOODS: Retracing the steps of famous Andalucian bandits who took from the rich and gave to the...
In Andalucia during the 18th and 19th centuries, bandits were flamenco dancers, bull-fighters, smugglers and travellers, writes Diana Tang and Grace Lee
We can finally compartmentalize all factors that led Real Madrid to Champion`s League victory. So why is the team writing a new history of...
THE very first festival of Jewish learning has been held as an attempt to grow the island’s small but resurgent community.Organised by Limud -...
Christmas might be associated with gold, frankincense and myrrh, but a different kind of treasure has been found in the waters off Mallorca.Discovered in...
Malaga’s former Intelhorce textile factory, built under Franco’s orders, will be turned into a distribution centre for a children’s clothing firm
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
The ship was sunk by Spanish cannons off the coast of Uruguay in 1763
As macho Spain votes in a Magnificent Seven of influential Spaniards, every one of them male, Nina Chausow asks: where are all the women?
Little-known chocolate facts from inside Oolal’s lab
Pilot project to grow natural sweetener stevia
Gibraltar’s Chief Minister delivers an exclusive National Day message in preparation for tomorrow’s celebrations
Fabian Picardo discusses freewill and the Rock's long and unbreakable British history with the Olive Press
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