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18:05

Local

'Tis the season to celebrate in Malaga province

Denise Bush

...towns and villages and are sometimes entertained with live music during the wait for midnight. The chimes are usually followed by fireworks. Many hotels and restaurants on the coast are offering special packages for families on New Year's Eve and Club

19:20

Opinion

United in peace

Jennie Rhodes

...soldiers held a temporary ceasefire during World War One, played football and sang Silent Night together. However, Basil Fawlty whispered “Don't mention the war” in my ear so I shook hands or gave two kisses to the Austrian lady to my left and my Danish

18:45

LifeStyle

The intriguing history of a Christmas staple

Tony Bryant

...aspects of the stereotypical Dickensian Christmas have virtually disappeared over the years, including Yule logs, eggnog, ghost stories and the tradition of carol singing. Andalucía stays faithful to 'villancicos' tradition during the 'fiesta ... zambomba' Although a great majority of us may never actually visit a church over the holiday season, most people will know the words to at least one Christmas carol, even if the last time they sang them was during secondary school morning assembly. The ... singing of carols in churches in England is thought to have begun in Cornwall in 1880Carols were first sung in Europe thousands of years ago, although they were pagan songs usually sung during the Winter Solstice. The word 'carol' actually means to dance

18:45

LifeStyle

Andalucía stays faithful to 'villancicos' tradition during the 'fiesta zambomba'

Tony Bryant

Spanish Christmas carols, 'villancicos', originate from medieval peasant songs called 'canto de villano'. Villancicos gained popularity in the second half of the 16th century in Spain and these devotional songs, which were sung during the feasts of ... the Catholic calendar, became extremely popular in the 17th century. With the decline in popularity of the villancicos in the 20th century, the term became used to signify a Christmas carol. In Andalucía the villancicos are performed during the

12:26

National

Spain holds its breath and hopes for the Gordo

Debbie Bartlett

...money to cover the costs of fighting Napoleon’s troops during the Peninsular War. It was held on different dates in December after that, and it was not until 1893 that it was held on 22nd for the first time. The winning numbers are sung, rather than

11:38

Local

Developers launch 250-million-euro residential complex in El Higuerón

Ivan Gelibter

...pools, electric vehicles, country footpaths, circuits for pedestrians and cyclists, nine restaurants, including one with a Michelin star, a coworking space and a concierge service, as well as business premises on the complex. During its 15 years in

01:39

Local

The renaissance of a forgotten 'ghost town'

Jennie Rhodes

Tucked away in a valley overlooked by the Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama mountain range lies the diminutive hamlet of Acebuchal. Situated between Cómpeta and Frigiliana, this once forgotten place is enjoying a renaissance. During Spain's Civil War ... there and that visitors only have to “ask for Antonio” if they find it closed or unattended. It sells a variety of goods, from his own local sweet wine, to some of the ceramic pots and other trinkets that were found during the restoration of houses. ... Although what makes Acebuchal famous is its 20th-century history, the earliest documentation related to Acebuchal dates back to 1569 and the Battle of Frigiliana during the Spanish Reconquest, according to a book detailing the history of the hamlet,