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LORCA, in the Region of Murcia, is suffering such a spike in Covid-19 figures, that it has refused to rule out a...
A KEEN-EYED pedestrian saved an African migrant from a likely gruesome death in Lorca, 20 miles from Spain's Costa Calida coast.
DIVIDED: Experts and locals on digging up dictator Franco from the Valley of the Fallen in special Olive Press...
Spain is a country still divided between those nostalgic for the Franco days and those who abhorred El Generalisimo
After nearly four decades touring in Spain, Leonard Cohen’s love affair with his ‘second home’ ran as deep as his musical poetry, writes Chloe Glover
Team hopes to uncover answers to one of Spain's greatest mysteries
Theatre festival heads to Granada for its encore
Fancy escaping the queues and hassle of the Costa del Sol this August, take Jon Clarke’s advice and head to hauntingly stunning Cabo de Gata
Already 12000 hectares destroyed this year in Andalucia - well over the average
The architects of the Federico Garcia Lorca Centro de Granada are fighting with the Garcia Lorca Foundation to prove that the conditions of the library are suitable to house the manuscripts
Fuentes Vaqueros receives award for Lorca's selection to list of seven top Spaniards
A plea was denied by the Granada Town Hall to dig for poet Federico Garcia Lorca's remains in a historic field used during the Spanish Civil War
Nijar town hall joins with owners of Cortijo del Fraile to save farmhouse which inspired Lorca’s Blood Wedding
Mayor accuses Junta of 'showing no interest' and playing 'tricks' when it comes to saving the building
Thousands spend the night in the streets after Spain’s worst earthquake in 50 years killed eight people
Up to 20,000 people slept in squares, parks and nearby countryside as concerns are being raised over the standards of building
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