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13:29

Local

Marbella celebrates past and present

Nieves Castro

It was 11 June 1485 when King Ferdinand the Catholics took the town of Marbella from the Muslims. The walls, the remains of the Alcazaba and the Royal Hospital are all that remain from that era. Horses, men in armour and other costumes of the time, c

12:32

Local

Revamp of main San Pedro square to take six months

Nieves Castro

Refurbishment works to be carried out on the Plaza de la Iglesia in San Pedro, a major square in the town centre where both the town hall and the main church are located, will begin imminently, according to sources from the mayor's office. The mode

13:38

Local

1,000 bottles of liquid will dilute dogs' urine in Marbella

Nieves Castro

Marbella town hall has introduced a new system to dilute dog urine on local streets. It is recommended that dog owners pour a mixture of water and white vinegar directly onto their pets' urine. The street cleansing department will distribute 1,00

11:06

Local

Marbella council starts 'bare chest' bylaw process

Nieves Castro

After collecting suggestions and comments, Marbella council will vote today on the first stage of approving a new set of bylaws to control unruly behaviour on the resort's streets. As reported in SUR in English, the proposals include regulating par

14:58

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Marbella Print Museum presents Viola as both man and artist

Nieves Castro

To coincide with the 102nd anniversary of his birth in Zaragoza, the Spanish Print Museum opened the doors to its first single-subject exhibition of the work of Manuel Viola on 18 May. THE EXHIBITION Title. 'Manuel Viola. Obra gráfica y pinturas'.

14:09

Local

Rafael Amargo dances on top of La Concha for butterfly charity

Nieves Castro

Rafael Amargo himself took the initiative and offered to dance on top of La Concha, the most famous peak in the Sierra de Marbella at 1,200 metres high, in order to raise awareness for butterfly skin, a rare condition that between 3,200 and 5,000 peo