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12:37

LifeStyle

The long and complex history of sangría

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Francisco Marcos Álvarez, divulged to the Spanish Language History Congress (Cáceres) that the word sangría comes from 'sangaree', a drink enjoyed by the British residents of the British West Indies and some other North American colonies back in the

12:24

LifeStyle

A graveyard with a curious history

Tony Bryant

...funeral directors in Benalmádena, has decided to offer guided tours around the International Cemetery in Benalmádena. His aim is to educate culturally minded locals and tourists in the history of the cemetery, while highlighting some of its most ... place at 11am on Saturday 16 June. The one-hour tour, which is free, will begin with a brief talk concerning the history of the cemetery, followed by a guided tour of the gardens and tombs. Visitors will also enjoy light refreshments and the chance to

12:25

LifeStyle

The long spicy history of the tomato

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

The season for the mainstay of the Mediterranean diet, the tomato, is nearly here and it's hard to believe that just 500 years ago it was unknown. Dishes that we consider as Spanish, such as gazpacho or pisto, did not have tomatoes or peppers back

17:08

Sport

Xiong Zhenfeng, the first Chinese player in Marbella FC's history

julio rodríguez

...player, however, broke the mold. Xiong Zhenfeng became the club's first Chinese player in its history, joining from Liaoning FC on loan until 30 June. The full-back, 21, had been training with the squad all month but his trial was turned into a deal on

11:55

Gibraltar

New Gibraltar History lecture series begins

Debbie Bartlett

The University's fourth series of Gibraltar History lectures begins on 20 April and will take place every Friday at 10am until the end of June. The first lecture, 'The Goatherd's Path, a 300-year-old mystery lost in history and translation?' will be

14:41

Local

50 years of Ronda's history in print

MAría García

To celebrate half a century of printing for the town's inhabitants, Imprenta Galindo has organised an exhibition of antique printing materials and items such as fair posters and guides it has printed linked to the life of Ronda since it set up shop i

11:38

LifeStyle

Novelising the fascinating history of Spain

TONY BRYANT Joan Fallon, Novelist

Still today, Andalucía continues to inspire others who find its history just perfect for the content of their novels and non-fictional works. One such writer is expat novelist Joan Fallon, author of numerous books, some on a Spanish theme. Joan lives ... in Benajarafe with her husband, where she has become passionate about both the language and history of her adopted home. This passion is reflected in her writing. Many of her books are set in periods of recent history, such as the Spanish Civil War ... Buckinghamshire, but continued with her studies at the Open University, then a fairly new institution. Despite having a full time job, a husband and two young children she obtained an honours degree in History and Literature. The sudden death of her son - a keen

13:41

Local

Lorca's Nerja summer house on the market for three million euros

Eugenio Cabezas

...heritage, has proposed that the town hall buy the property with a view to using it as a cultural centre to promote the history of tourism in Nerja and to pay tribute to Lorca and his contemporaries, known as 'the generation of 27'. A spokesperson told SUR

18:45

LifeStyle

The intriguing history of a Christmas staple

Tony Bryant

Christmas is the season to deck our halls with boughs of holly and don our gay apparel, according to one popular Christmas carol, while others tell us that, unlike many festive traditions, man will live forever more because of Christmas day. Many a