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10:31

Local

Management change for two archaeological sites

L. P. Estepona

Two of Estepona's main archaeological sites, the Corominas megalithic acropolis and the Las Torres Roman villa will change hands over the course of the next few weeks. Both sites were put out to tender and the contracts were won by local businesswo

14:15

Travel

Not quite 'beach ready' yet

sur where in the world

...parades, sporting events and entertainment. The pictured monument is a cathedral located in the country's capital city. Its unusual architecture and size (it is one of the largest structures in the whole country) make it an emblem of the city. If you

12:52

LifeStyle

A Malaga-themed penthouse

Antonio Banderas sits on a fashionable and comfortable couch, next to a round table which displays a magazine, his book of poems and photographs with its prologue by local poet Manuel Alcántara and a novel, Malacitanus by Cristóbal Romero. The liv

10:52

Local

Liberated US town to have own tribute to Malaga hero

sur

The town of Pensacola in Florida, USA, is to have its own monument to Bernardo de Gálvez, the Spanish soldier who fought in the battle of Pensacola in 1781 against the British during the American War of Independence. The bronze statue will depict

19:43

Opinion

The place with no weather

Rachel Haynes

Spain’s Iberian neighbour has shown that it can produce more than tanned footballers this week. Yes, Portugal finally added a Eurovision Song Contest win to its achievements, reminding the rest of Europe that part of this peninsula we now call home i

17:34

LifeStyle

Different, but not so gloomy

Mark Naylor

The monument for Laurie Lee on the sea front in Almuñécar is easy to miss. A whitewashed pillar about six feet high, it squats under a palm tree at the end of a line of trendy beach bars. It looks like the chimney of an old Andalusian house - or, as ... Lee joked when he saw a photo of it, something else that would be “indelicate” to specify. Rarely do people stop to look at it. Yet the two plaques it bears - one a dedication to the writer from the town hall dated 21 April 1988, when the monument was

18:31

LifeStyle

The ‘espeto’ - simple and synonymous

Jennie Rhodes / M. D. Tortosa

...boats packed with sand. There is even a monument to the ‘espetero malagueño’ which can be found on the Antonio Banderas promenade to the west of Malaga city centre. The origins of the espeto date back to 1882 when Miguel Martínez Soler, owner of the

19:10

LifeStyle

Action and adventure on the Costa Tropical

Jennie Rhodes

Santiago. Outside the San José church in the town the immortal words of Cervantes are inscribed, and in 1990 a monument in memory of the disaster was placed on the seafront. La Herradura’s Paseo Marítimo, or promenade, is named after one of Spain’s most

19:43

LifeStyle

Europe’s southernmost town has much to offer

Marlene Wörner

...the farthest end of the beach. The outstanding scenery offers a great environment for walking along the beach. Since 2001, the Bolonia dune has been a protected natural monument because of its ecological importance. Due to the strong wind of the

20:00

LifeStyle

Isla Cristina, a gourmet diner’s paradise

Patrick Stamann

Isla Cristina is located west of Huelva on the Costa de la Luz. This privileged spot was only settled in the 18th century by Catalan fishermen who were attracted by the rich tuna and sardine deposits and the salt marshes. Today, Isla Cristina is th

19:22

Local

The regional government adds 11 natural monuments to its list

SUR

...decided by the regional government. The term ‘natural monument’ applies to protected natural areas with ecological features, or those of remarkable beauty, such as caves, rocks, ancient trees, islets, woodlands, geological formations etc. The gorge in

10:57

LifeStyle

Bathing the natural way

Patrick Stamann

...westwards, you will come to Cabopino and Artola, once you have passed Calahonda. This narrow, open and elongated dune beach, which was declared a natural monument two years ago, is lined with pine trees and protected by wooden footpaths. Even in summer, it is

16:57

Local

The sacred, but sick, chestnut tree

charo márquez

...value and age, the sacred chestnut tree is not considered a Natural Monument of Andalucía. It is only included on the register of ‘special trees’ which means that it does not receive preservation, nor does it have a budget for its conservation. In ... Only after this can the tree become a Natural Monument. Another initiative: on Sunday, the company Eco Tours organised a tour to “reclaim” the chestnut tree. Their aim was to demand that the various administrations and the owner of the land give ... special care and attention to the thousand-year-old chestnut and to ask for its declaration as a Natural Monument of Andalucía. It was a walking tour of around 25 kilometres, starting at the Herrojo area in Benahavís. According to the organisers, “given

12:55

Local

Hammam Al Ándalus offers museum packages

SUR.

The Hammam Al Ándalus Arab baths in Malaga has opted to put relaxation, history and culture all in one tourist package. Visitors are being offered combined tickets that include a bath and a 15-minute massage at the hammam plus admission to museums

12:08

Local

Andalucía announces record figures for 2017 at the World Travel Market

PILAR MARTÍNEZ / PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

Industry results and forecasts released this week have confirmed that the southern Spanish region of Andalucía is still one of Europe's top tourist destinations. The British are Andalucía's best customers and the World Travel Market (WTM), held t

14:54

Travel

Yerevan, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...jazzves, carved wood and other traditional items. The Armenian Genocide Museum This Soviet era war memorial has been adopted as the national monument to the victims of the Armenian Genocide. The museum offers an in-depth insight into the genocide

12:08

LifeStyle

“The concept of Finnish national identity was born under Russian rule”

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

monument to Lenin in Finland after all he did? Because of subsequent bloody events that did not take long to unfold. At the end of January, civil war broke out in Finland between the so called “Reds”, the radical left, led by the Council of People's

11:09

LifeStyle

Happy surprise

GEORGINA OLIVER

...living monument to the impact of cultural diplomacy à la française. Fast-rewind to 1977. The unveiling of the Pompidou Centre - better known to Parisians as “Beaubourg” - heralded the rise of a coterie of contemporary artists, bearing the seal of

13:02

Local

Green light to restore Torremolinos landmark

TONY BRYANT

...the former watchtower, a protected building listed as being of special cultural interest (BIC). The 18-metre-high monument, situated behind the San Miguel church, is divided into three sections, with two rooms that were once occupied by the keepers

19:22

Local

The rebirth of Teba castle

FERNANDO TORRES

...largest and best preserved castles in all of Andalucía; it has been practically unaltered since it was built and it has been maintained without being changed by the many peoples who have inhabited it. Now, the monument will be central to a recently ... Fuentes; and the person in charge of the monument, Maite Díaz, met with SUR to show the castle and its visitor centre. Díaz tell us that the approval of the long-term plan detailing the castle's renovation, is cause “for celebration” in the town, and ... unaltered since the castle's initial construction. The final stage of the plan lays out steps to make the monument look more attractive, including the creation of green areas and pathways inside the castle itself. When the construction has finished, the

11:49

LifeStyle

A reflection of the city's cosmopolitan history

sur in english

...cosmopolitan history of Malaga since the 1830s, with Germans buried alongside Finns, and Jewish graves overlooking the plot reserved for Roman Catholics. It is situated in Avenida de Príes, not far from the bullring, and is maintained as a historic monument

11:49

LifeStyle

Foreigners who changed the image of Malaga

Liz Parry

...and shot without any semblance of trial. The Spanish participants in the venture now lie under a monument in the Plaza de la Merced, but Boyd, the 26-year-old from Londonderry (Northern Ireland) was buried in the English Cemetery, where another ... monument says he fell “in the sacred cause of liberty”. In the hours before his execution, he wrote a letter to his family which showed him to be dauntless in the face of death, prepared to “fall in defence of what I hold dear”.

12:31

LifeStyle

The other 'Torcals' of Malaga province

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

...classified as a natural monument, 'La Catedral' (The Cathedral) and 'El Sombrero' (The Hat). There are also numerous fossils in these rocks, such as ammonites and belemnites, pelagic marine animals which were common during the Jurassic period, explains José

14:54

What to do

The Casa de las Tejerinas is now a MAD

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...local radio and TV stations. José María Guerrero, the councillor for Heritage, says the works carried out to accommodate these facilities resulted in the building “losing its essence; it looked more like an office building than a historic monument

14:58

Local

Thousands support Women's Day strike and demonstrations

SUR

...around after demonstrators sat in the road near the Marqués de Larios monument. This was only a prelude, however, to the main protest march which started in the city centre on Thursday evening. Similar rallies took place in towns around the province.

19:48

Local

Filling up the reservoirs

Ignacio LILLO

...land in the mountains. The source of the Genal river is in Igualeja, at the entrance to the village. It is classified as a natural monument and special beauty spot (Rincón Singular) of the province. The river gives its name to the Genal Valley, which

12:36

LifeStyle

Clubs battle over who's best

SUR IN ENGLISH

Sol and is recognised as one of the world's most influential photographers, as the judge. He chose the Costa Camera Club of Nerja as the winners this year and Shutterbugs came second. Mike Barnes of Shutterbugs' picture of the monument to The

11:55

National

Scandal continues to dog the Alhambra

J.R. VILLALBA.

The ex-chief of the Alhambra Palace in Granada was arrested this week as part of the ongoing investigation into irregularities in the awarding of contracts to suppliers at the world-famous monument. Mar Villafranca was held along with 23 other

13:31

Local

Malaga pays tribute to its Holocaust victims

A. M. ROMERO

A total of 148 people from the province of Malaga lost their lives in Nazi concentration camps during the World War II. The Malaga provincial government honoured on their memory on Tuesday 8 May at the 'Sombra de Luz' remembrance monument. Five

14:38

Sport

Cordoba combines all the very best of Andalucía in the spring

sur

Cordoba’s success as a tourist destination lies in its history and culture. The city was classified as a World Heritage Site in 1994, and art and history ooze from every corner. Cordoba is mainly known for its Mosque, a unique monument which shows the

13:51

Gibraltar

Improvement works are continuing around the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

...to Martin's Path, and the Pillars of Hercules monument has been fully refurbished. The improvements follow on from the opening of new tourist attractions such as the Skywalk and Windsor bridge, the new site at Europa Point and extended hours at

15:35

National

The valley in which Franco didn't want to be buried

A. AZPIROZ

Franco didn't ask to be buried in this monument, which he ordered to be built in an idyllic setting in the Madrid hills. His intention was to be buried in a chapel at the Mingorrubio cemetery, near El Pardo palace, which is where the remains of his wife, ... Carmen Polo, lie. "There was no way that Franco wanted to go to the Valley of the Fallen," insists Juan de Ávalos, architect, painter and son of the sculptor of the same name who was commissioned to create the statues which adorn the monument ... decision to bury Franco at the Valley of the Fallen has linked the monument with the dictatorship ever since, something which Pedro Sánchez's government considers can be corrected by moving his remains. The socialists want to reform the Law of Historic

12:03

What to do

Malaga's Roman cultural past is brought back to life

sur

In 2013, the initiative to make use of Malaga's famous Roman monument, the Amphitheatre in Calle Alcazabilla, began. A programme of cultural events and activities has taken place every year since and includes concerts, flamenco and Roman theatre.

18:57

Opinion

Digging deep

Mark Nayler

...who sparked off a conflict in which an estimated half a million Spaniards lost their lives. The widely-felt hatred of this site was summed up by Spain's deputy prime minister Carmen Calvo last week, when she said that a monument glorifying Franco is