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16:52

LifeStyle

9 October 1238: A special day of celebration in Valencia region

Debbie Bartlett

...patterned strip down one side. Of course, a Spanish festival wouldn't be the same without a party, and celebrations take place all over the region, including fireworks and Moors and Christians parades, although the most spectacular events are to be found

19:21

Local

Russian magnate's superyacht moors in Marbella until November

Héctor Barbotta

Visitors to the Marbella and Puerto Banús shoreline until mid-November will be spotting even more luxury trappings than usual. Ocean Victory, at 140 metres long one of the ten biggest superyachts in the world, will be anchored in local waters. The hu

21:42

LifeStyle

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

...town hall gives guided tours of the site and the visitor centre has information and artefacts not just from the Roman era, but also from prehistory and the occupation of the area by the Moors. There is a detailed model of what the villa may have

16:17

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The sweet history of turrón

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Spanish sweet-making. Arabic roots This was all thanks to the Moors, who, apart from conquering the land, knew how to win over people's palates. Readers are probably familiar with halva, a typical sweet in Islamic countries made with semolina and

21:34

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Living under the rule of women

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

The Moors had occupied the Alcázar fortress in Segovia. While the men were preparing to attack and reconquer the fortress, the women of Zamarramala risked their lives to distract its occupants by entertaining them with dancing. Since then the feat of

12:45

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Bagpipes, bands and battles keep the legend alive in Teba

C. WAY / SUR IN ENGLISH

Black Douglas, as he is now revered, succumbed to wounds suffered at Teba castle in a valiant battle between the Christian army of King Alfonso XI of Castile and the Moors. Teba commemorates this heroic tale with an equally epic programme of events.

12:59

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A Spanish tradition that resists modernisation

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...a late night or early morning snack. It is believed that the Moors brought the original recipe, the basic ingredients were listed in a cookery book from the thirteenth century, little has changed since.

11:29

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30 NOVEMBER 2000: Elche palm grove became a World Heritage Site

Debbie Bartlett

...of its type in Europe and the largest outside Arabian countries. It was created by the Moors around a thousand years ago, using techniques used in North Africa to encourage the trees to grow in this different environment, and the application for world ... are planted in single or double rows, following the lines of the ancient irrigation canals - which are still operative - and this was of special interest to Unesco when considering the application. The Moors used water from the Vinalopó river to water