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14:58

Local

Thousands support Women's Day strike and demonstrations

SUR

...attracted thousands more than expected. The spectator stand being set up for the Holy Week processions, which fills most of the central square, was the scene of an incident when a group of women climbed onto the steps. There were tense moments when they

12:37

LifeStyle

The long and complex history of sangría

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Spain fervently adopted the term 'sangría' and the old 'lemonade' was abandoned. 'Lemonade' is still alive in Holy Week in León and lemonade txakoli is typical of Orozko (Vizcaya). The zurra or zurracapote are also similar drinks made with white or red

15:46

What to do

The Thyssen reveals Doré's secret

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Antequera, the Despeñaperros gorge, the interior of the Alhambra and a ravine in the Serranía de Ronda. And it alsoportrays the smuggler and his woman in Ronda, the gypsy women of Sacromonte, the religious fervour of Holy Week in Seville... Reasonable

23:34

Local

A sea giant, unveiled in Malaga

Pilar Martínez

It was Holy Tuesday, and the people of Malaga walked in procession towards the Levante wharf in the port. This was not an Easter procession, however. They were doing so to take part in a unique event which would become part of the port’s history:

19:22

Local

The rebirth of Teba castle

FERNANDO TORRES

...lieutenant, Sir James Douglas, to embalm his heart and carry it on a crusade. On his way to the Holy Land, Douglas and his men stopped to help King Alfonso XI of Castile to capture the Castle of Teba from the Arabs. Although Alfonso won the battle, Douglas