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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

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

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

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

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

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

12:33

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

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.

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