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13:06

Gibraltar

Europa Stadium works reveal artefacts from the 14th century

DEBBIE BARTLETT

The works being carried in the area of the Europa Stadium have uncovered an underground section of a wall dating back to the Merinid dynasty in medieval times. It is located near the Shrine of our Lady of Europe, and would have overlooked the Strait ... protected by a geotextile and covered, and full information about it has been recorded by archaeologists. This discovery appears to support documentary evidence that there was a settlement in the Europa Flats area during the Medieval-Moorish period

16:44

What to do

Medieval market returns to Sohail castle in Fuengirola

Tony Bryant

Sohail castle in Fuengirola will host the annual Medieval market from Wednesday 12 until Sunday 16 September. This is one of the most charming medieval markets on the Costa del Sol, mainly because of the privileged setting where it is held. The ... event will present dancing minstrels, falconry displays, archery, juggling and traditional gastronomy of the period. Other attractions will include medieval folk music and fire eating demonstrations. There will be plenty to entertain children as well, ... efforts are made to recreate the atmosphere of the middle ages. Traders dress in medieval outfits, while colourful side shows and musical performances add a touch of authenticity to the proceedings. The event, which is free, begins each day at 7pm and

18:10

Travel

Fez, authentically Moroccan

Andrew Forbes

...manuscripts from medieval scholars are being preserved. The city also hosts international cultural events, such as the annual Festival of Sacred Music (in June). Residents and foreigners have also invested in Fez to recreate the beauty of this ancient city. ... fast and who knows what it will be like in another ten years? But one thing seems consistent, and that's the enthralling, captivating ancient medina. This medieval town has retained its soul; it may have been touched by the 21st century but it remains

12:51

Local

Marbella's medieval towers chosen for university study

Mónica Pérez

Two watchtowers on Marbella's coast are forming part of a detailed Malaga University analysis of the origins and current state of repair of these type of structures. Watchtowers are a characteristic sight along the Costa del Sol and some go back as

14:40

LifeStyle

Let the treasure hunt begin...

MADDY HAY

Arab-style food and peruse the stalls for fabrics, jewellery, accessories and more. For an added sense of occasion and authenticity, many choose to attend in traditional (or not-so-traditional) costume. The medieval markets will return to the various places

15:38

What to do

Dolls have found a home in Benalmádena

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...authentic medieval show furniture. Centuries ago, catalogues of furniture didn't exist and the only way that a carpenter or a builder could show their work to a client was to construct scaled-down pieces which he then gave away. This is the origin of doll

13:17

What to do

Historical music in the ancient monuments of Granada

Sur in English

...established artists can share the stage with new musical groups. In addition to concerts, there will be exhibitions, master classes, courses and conferences with experts in the field of ancient music (Baroque, medieval and Renaissance). In short, the

14:47

LifeStyle

Aromatic herbs: green magic

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Aromatic herbs are among some of the oldest ingredients in the kitchen and as gastronomy has become a cultural event and eating has become more sophisticated it is clear from old Roman, Arab and medieval recipes that we have lost a great wealth of

17:31

LifeStyle

The long (and wobbly) story of gelatine

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...served. It was also the definitive proof of the skill of a chef, and one of the most arduous and costly preparations possible in a medieval kitchen. Laboriously extracted from bones, tissues and other parts of animals, gelatine first needed enormous