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08:09

National

General Franco is moved from Valley of the Fallen on government orders after 44 years

SUR

...held in a chapel where the late dictator's wife, Carmen Polo, is buried. The family had wanted to rebury General Franco in Madrid's cathedral, where the family has part of the crypt, but this request had been turned down. A controversial monument ... dictatorship. Under the law, the Valle de los Caídos monument is only to be used to bury victims of the war. Franco had died a natural death in 1975. The acting government, if reelected, wants to turn the valley into a neutral place to remember the conflict and

09:44

What to do

Picasso and Calder leap into empty space in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

...models of the projects which Picasso designed at the end of the 1920s, with the collaboration of Julio González, for the monument to Guillaume Apollinaire. A “statue made from nothing, like poetry, like fame,” wrote the poet in one of his books, and here

11:17

National

Franco's body can be moved, says Supreme Court, but not quite yet

SUR

The Supreme Court in Madrid has unanimously backed the government and said that the remains of General Franco can be removed from their ceremonial resting place in the Valle de los Caídos monument, outside Madrid, and placed in a simpler grave.

13:18

National

Extremadura boasts its own Stonehenge

MIGUEL ÁNGEL MARCOS

...the province of Cáceres, close to the border with Toledo, have received an influx of tourists asking after this archaeological treasure. The 'Dolmen de Guadalperal', as this megalithic monument which dates back to between the second and third ... dropped far enough to leave the dolmen in full view. Formed by 140 stones standing in a circle, the monument has been compared to the famous Stonehenge in the south of England. The surfacing of this 5000-year-old wonder has sparked a debate. Some are in ... favour of leaving the monument in its current location until the rain once again floods the site. Others say that the drought gives them the chance to relocate the stones to a conditioned site which could be visited by members of the public, and where the

09:56

Travel

The insider guide to Havana

Andrew Forbes

...business and residential district, the hotel’s position on a small hill means visitors have superb views across the city, bay and the Caribbean. Hotel Nacional de Cuba is a national monument, but I can’t help but feel it has become a bit of pastiche of its

16:00

Opinion

Red column

PABLO ARANDA

...already do charge admission. The most visited monument in Spain is the Alhambra (Granada). The most visited attraction in London is the Tate Modern, where last Sunday a teenager threw a six-year-old French boy, whom he apparently didn't know from Adam,

13:21

National

Reburial of Franco's body is halted by Supreme Court

SUR

...descendants and the foundation set up to defend his legacy objected to the plan. When the Socialist government took over last June, one of its first decisions was to take Franco out of the Valle de los Caídos, a large monument in the mountains near Madrid

19:22

Local

Ojén town hall removes monument dedicated to Nazi after seven months

Héctor BARBOTTA/ Charo MÁRQUEZ

A monument which bore the name of Juan Hoffman has finally been removed in Ojén. This comes seven months after the town hall unanimously decided to change the name of the square to Plaza Alemania, which is situated opposite of the German School,

20:07

Local

A boost for Malaga's Roman theatre

JESÚS HINOJOSA

...continue. The monument first came to light in 1951, discovered when a containing wall was being built on the site of the Casa de la Cultura (which no longer exists), beside the Alcazaba fortress. The Junta de Andalucía's Ministry of Culture, through the ... the Flavians have been discovered. Recuperation "The work which has been carried out so far by the Junta at the Roman theatre has been very respectful of the monument, so I imagine that this will be too," says Rodríguez Oliva, who explains that

10:50

Local

Funding to turn Roman villa into a museum

SUR

...is one of five in Malaga province announced by the ministry in June 2018, will culminate in an indoor museum designed to showcase and preserve the settlement. The only other monument to receive money from the fund in the Axarquía is Vélez-Málaga's

13:34

LifeStyle

Ireland meets Malaga for St Patrick's Day

GEORGIE KENNY

...executed. They are now seen as heroic martyrs of the liberal movement. Robert Boyd was buried in the English Cemetery in Malaga. His name is also among the 49 other revolutionaries who tried to free Malaga, engraved on the monument in Plaza de la Merced.

15:08

LifeStyle

1 March 1712: Spain's National Library opens in Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

National Library building was classified as a national Monument of Historic and Artistic Value in 1983, and was granted the status of an Autonomous Body in 1991. It is now one of the largest in the world, and its catalogue contains bibliographic

12:33

National

A year of going full circle in Spain

NEIL HESKETH

...too, with the granting of World Heritage status to the Islamic ruins of Medina Azahara, outside Cordoba. And there was also news about a much more famous monument. The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona finally applied for planning permission 130 years after

13:37

National

Confusion after minister's Vatican meeting over moving Franco's body

SUR

Franco from his ceremonial resting place at the Valley of the Fallen Civil War monument. If the removal goes ahead, Franco's grandchildren have said they want a burial in the public crypt of Madrid's Almudena Cathedral, where there is a family tomb.

11:04

Travel

A balcony over Edinburgh

Andrew Forbes

National Gallery and Princes Street, right across St Andrew Square with its imposing Melville monument, and then down over the neo-classical elegance of the New Town to the waters of the Firth of the Forth. Landmark address I'd checked in at The ... Writers' Museum, a must for those interested in Scottish literature. The small museum, with free entry, celebrates the work of Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh's iconic gothic monument to Scott is a little to the north, ... in Princes Street Gardens. From my terrace I could make out the elaborate 60-metre spire. When walking through the gardens it is easy to be distracted but the monument is worth a closer look. In the autumn it is open from 10am to 4pm, and for £5 you