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14:20

National

Famous Pamplona bull-running festival called off

SUR

The world-famous San Fermín festival in Pamplona, northern Spain, which includes the running of the bulls, has been called off due to Covid-19. It is the first time since 1938 in the Spanish Civil War that the July event has been cancelled before

13:00

National

Last few days of San Fermín bullrunning

SUR.

The streets of Pamplona have been filled this week for its annual San Fermín festivities. Participants and bulls running through the streets of Pamplona.EFE The best-known element of the celebrations, the morning bullrunning, has been taking

12:21

National

'La Manada' sexual abuse sentence upheld

SUR.

A senior court in Pamplona has upheld a controversial judgment against five men from Seville who were found guilty of the group sexual abuse of a young woman during the San Fermín bull-running festival in 2016. The on-going case of the five

12:01

LifeStyle

2 August 1385: The first recorded bullfight in Pamplona

JENNIE RHODES

The first ever recorded bullfight in Pamplona took place on 2 August 1385, paving the way for what would become the world-famous Sanfermines, or 'running of the bulls'. According to Spain's royal archives, King Charles II of Navarre ordered the ... record. Three years after the Pamplona event, in 1388, another bullfight was organised for Constance of Castile, the Duchess of Lancaster, who was the king's cousin and was passing through Pamplona on her way to Castile. Spain was at the time divided ... into the Kingdoms of Castile and León, Navarre, Aragon and Granada, which included Malaga and was still Muslim. Pamplona belonged to the Kingdom of Navarre which today is the autonomous region of Navarra. In 1385 there was no official bullring in

15:04

LifeStyle

16 October 912: Abd al-Rahman III became emir of Cordoba

Alekk M. Saanders

...father was the Basque princess Onneca Fortúnez from the Kingdom of Pamplona, later known as the Kingdom of Navarre. According to legend Abd al-Rahman tried to look more like a typical Arab Umayyad and even dyed his beard black. At the same time, Abd

10:11

LifeStyle

Emotions running high in Pamplona

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...of the million visitors who now descend on the town every July for a week of dissipation and danger on its cobbled old streets, Ernest Hemingway is synonymous with Pamplona and its San Fermín fair. And that can be entirely attributed to this short but ... powerful novel - a novel that has changed many lives in the decades since its publication. As a tribute to the huge impact Hemingway and ‘Fiesta’ have had on Pamplona and San Fermín, an austere bronze bust of the author now stands outside the town’s ... dislocated, aimless existence in Paris the rest of the year - is called back every July to Pamplona for his annual fix (even though he doesn’t participate in the ‘encierros’ himself). Jake is a moody, troubled character whose past is only ever briefly

20:04

National

Pamplona's big day finally arrives

SUR

...revellers to start the nine days of Pamplona’s annual ‘feria’. The first of this year’s celebrated ‘running of the bulls’ took place on Friday morning.