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25 September 1997: The Ryder Cup tees off at Valderrama

Jennie Rhodes

For the first time in its seventy-one-year history, golf's Ryder Cup took place outside the USA or UK and came to Sotogrande's Valderrama golf course (Cadiz) in 1997. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía opened the ceremony on 25 September, fulfilling

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18 September 53: The birth of Rome's 'Spanish' emperor

Alekk M. Saanders

...was founded as a Roman military colony of Italic settlers in 206 BC. According to another version, however, Trajan was from Pedraza in today's Extremadura. In any case he was the first Roman emperor born outside Italy. Trajan's father, who was also

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11 September 1714: Catalonia's National Day, with a chequered past

Debbie Bartlett

It is known as La Diada, the National Day of Catalonia, and nowadays it is a day-long festival which is celebrated enthusiastically on 11 September every year, but it has had a very chequered history. It originated as a commemoration of the defeat

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4 September 1936: Leader of workers' union (UGT) designated PM

Tony Bryant

On 4 September 1936, Spanish politician and trade unionist Francisco Largo Caballero was designated the 134th Prime Minister of Spain. He also became Minister of War, and just a few months into the Spanish Civil War, he spearheaded a campaign to main

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28 August 1565: Spanish conquerors sight land off America

Jennie Rhodes

On 28 August 1565 the Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, on board the San Pelayo, first spotted land on the southeast coast of America; the area that today is northeast Florida. Menéndez de Avilés went on to name the settlement Saint

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21 August 1911: The Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre

alekk m. saanders

On August 21 1911, the Mona Lisa vanished under mysterious circumstances from the Louvre in Paris. Vincenzo Peruggia, an Italian artist who had been working at the gallery, went in at around 7am. He took the painting from the Salon Carré where it hun

17:21

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14 August 1598: Seville's Casa de la Lonja opens for business

Debbie Bartlett

...used to store all the documentation about the administration of the Spanish colonies which, until then, had been held in Simancas, Cadiz, and elsewhere in Seville, and so it became the General Archive of the Indies. Today it still contains 43,000

12:44

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7 August 1996: Flash flood kills 87 at Las Nieves campsite

Tony Bryant

On Wednesday 7 August 1996, 87 holidaymakers were killed and nearly 200 injured when a torrent of mud and rock engulfed a crowded family campsite near the town of Biescas in northern Spain. Remnants of the Las Nieves campsite were strewn for miles as

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31 July 1588: The Spanish Armada reaches English shores

Jennie Rhodes

On 31 July 1588 what became known as the Spanish 'Invincible Armada' encountered the English Navy off the coast of Plymouth. In May that year, during the undeclared Anglo-Spanish war (1585-1604), as Spain's King Felipe II wanted to remove the Prot