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17:19

Local

New "important" archaeological remains found at Cortijo de Acebedo in Mijas

SUR

The department for Historical Heritage at Mijas town hall has made a series of new discoveries during its continuing excavation work at the Cortijo de Acebedo archaeological site. The town's mayor, Josele González, confirmed the discovery of ... water swimming pool and some latrines. These new findings "highlight the archaeological importance of this site, not only for Mijas, but for the province," said González, who has committed to further research on the site.

13:55

Local

Archaeological dig set to get under way in Malaga's Plaza de la Merced

JESÚS HINOJOSA

...as part of the forthcoming archaeological dig. The work is due to take six months and go to a depth of five and a half metresThe work, once started, is due to take six months and go to a depth of five and a half metres. Among the remains expected to

19:21

Local

Malaga metro works can carry on despite archaeological remains

IGNACIO LILLO

...district of Al-Tabbanin, outside the old city walls, is thought to have been abandoned in the thirteenth or fourteen century. The building of Malaga's two metro lines has been frequently held up by the discovery of archaeological remains. The section

11:04

Local

Fuengirola studies opening Torreblanca remains to the public

IVAN GELIBTER

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has said the council is studying the possibility of opening the Roman remains known as the Termas de Torreblanca to the general public. An archaeological study to determine more precisely the period to which the

21:36

Local

The small miracle of the Mozarabic caves

PILAR R. QUIRÓS

...rule. Archaeological study Before any of that can happen, though, the studies have to be carried out, as the town planning committee made absolutely clear. Two of the prayer rooms at the site.PILAR R. QUIRÓS In his report, and in person during

15:32

Local

Archaeological park in Rincón to be restored

Eugenio Cabezas

The Mediterranean archaeological park, situated next to the Cantal and La Victoria caves in Rincón de la Victoria, is set to have restoration work carried out, according to the town's mayor, Francisco Salado. The archaeological site, which first

20:39

Local

Archaeological discovery delays works on Malaga's Alameda boulevard

jesús hinojosa

The end of roadworks on the middle part of Malaga's central Alameda boulevard has been delayed until February due to archaeological remains from an old fort. A new pipe that was meant to channel water into the sea has to be redesigned to avoid

15:52

Local

Damage caused to Fuengirola archaeological site

Ivan Gelibter

Fuengirola town hall has said that the collapse of part of a wall on the Termas de Torreblanca Roman baths archaeological site has been caused by the roots of a large bougainvillea plant. It was first suggested that the damage to the remains of

14:51

Local

Demolition of iconic Malaga cinemas is given the go-ahead by the Junta

JESÚS HINOJOSA

The Junta de Andalucía has given the green light for the demolition of the old Astoria and Victoria cinemas in the surroundings of Plaza de la Merced in Malaga. The demolition will enable the town hall to finish the archaeological excavations ... that have been started inside the Astoria. The archaeological findings will decide whether they can go ahead with building an underground auditorium with various floors above for cultural use dedicated to the Fundación Picasso. There will also be ... spaces for restaurants and other businesses. The budget for the demolition is set at 413,790 euros and work to pull down the buildings is expected to take about two months although it is unlikely to start until spring next year. The archaeological