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15:20

Local

Marbella's pandemic past is uncovered

Héctor Barbotta

Sebastián church, which was demolished in the 16th century, 18th century paintings and a necropolis with common graves dating back to the time of a pandemic during which bodies had to be buried urgently. Archaeologists say this would have been in the late ... 16th and early 17th century. They have also found signs of conventional burials with remains of ceramics from the same period and associated with the church. Work on La Fonda, which is in Calle Ancha, began in February. The establishment was very ... traces in their bones), says archaeologist Miguel Vila, who is directing the works. This would confirm what type of epidemic affected Marbella between the late 16th and early 17th century. Historian Catalina Urbaneja has already collated information to

11:55

Local

Unicaja to pay for work to 16th century convent

Eugenio Cabezas

...hall for a licence requesting permission to modernise the 16th century convent so that it complies with health and safety laws to open it to the public. The move comes after campaigning by a citizens' group which is concerned about the future of the

12:17

Local

16th-century wall moved for Metro

sur in english

Part of the wall of the 16th-century San Lorenzo fort has been moved in order to make way for the new metro tunnel on Malaga's Alameda.

08:20

Sport

Nadal wins the US Open to claim 16th Grand Slam title

CHARLES DOWLES MALAGA

31-year-old South African, Kevin Anderson, was no match for the pace and skill of Spaniard Rafael Nadal on Sunday night and suffered a straight-sets defeat in his first major final. Nadal, ranked number one in the world, now has an incredible 16 G

13:10

Sport

Spanish football makes its long-awaited return

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO / DARYL FINCH

...who are in severe financial difficulties, trail on 47 and 46 points, respectively. The challengers could be any of the trailing cohort, from seventh-placed Mirandés to Numancia in 16th, separated by just four points. Numerous absentees The

15:56

National

King Felipe remembers Madrid terror victims in Paris speech

SUR

King Felipe made a speech in Paris on Wednesday in the company of the French President, Emmanuel Macron, to mark the 16th European Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Terrorism. The event was organised this year in France and the ceremony was ... held at the Trocadero by the Eiffel Tower with a smaller crowd than originally planned because of the coronavirus restrictions. The date also marked the 16th anniversary of the Madrid train bombings, the biggest terrorist attack in Spain when 192

11:14

Local

New boutique hotel to open in Marbella old town by the summer

Nieves Castro

A new boutique hotel will open in Calle Ancha in Marbella's old town by next summer. To be known as Maison Ardois, it will occupy a 16th century mansion that is currently being restored. The 4.5-million-euro property development is being carried

15:14

Local

Nao Victoria calls at Alcaidesa Marina on European tour

SUR La Línea

A replica of the Nao Victoria, the 16th century vessel which was the first to sail around the world, is now open to the public at the Alcaidesa Marina. The decks of the sailing ship can be visited at the port from today until Tuesday 28th February

12:51

Local

Foundation stone laid at project to give new life to La Fonda as a hotel

CHARO MÁRQUEZ marbella

...part of the plan. Tesrol Property has pledged three million euros of its investment to the restoration and conservation of the oldest of the three, which dates back to the 16th century. The future hotel will also pay tribute to local culinary

14:46

Travel

A small town with a big character

Andrew Forbes

...maybe the 16th or 17th century. It was still widely worn in the village until it was banned in the 1930s (as during the civil war, weapons could be smuggled beneath the heavy garment). Today the statue is considered a homage to the women of Vejer and has