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11:22

LifeStyle

Sardine 'espetos' to be put forward for special Unesco status

SUR

The Cultural Commission of the Spanish Senate has approved a move to push for the inclusion of the famous 'espeto' (sardines threaded onto a skewer) onto the Unesco list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. “We want to protect and improve ... awareness of this element which forms a part of our cultural identity and unites the people of Malaga. It is vital that we get the espeto included in the Unesco list,” explained senator Manuel Marmolejo. As Marmolejo explains, the espeto is a typical dish ... along the Malaga coast, associated with the towns with seafaring traditions, “although it's fair to say that Malaga can lay claim to it”. The recipe for an espeto is just fish, salt, cane and fire and its inclusion in the Unesco list would recognise it

14:22

National

UNESCO warns of risks to Doñana nature reserve

M. D. T. seville

In its latest report on the risks faced by the Doñana coastal wetlands in Huelva province, UNESCO has warned that the area is close to being put on its ‘at risk’ register. The organisation is urging the national and regional governments to do more

16:54

What to do

Marbella to host event to boost sardine heritage bid

Beach bars in Marbella will host events on Thursday 20 September to boost the campaign, supported by the town hall and the provincial government, for the traditional sardine 'espeto' to be declared intangible cultural heritage by Unesco. Events

12:51

Local

120-metre long poem aims to promote caves as UNESCO site

SUR

...site of cultural importance. The 120-metre long poem includes contributions from 25 countries and 72 cities and forms part of an initiative to get the caves included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

19:53

LifeStyle

Pandemic leaves flamenco forlorn

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...situation, with no income and numerous expenses, despite flamenco being classified as an Intangible Heritage of Humanity by Unesco. 'Where am I going to go? I want to be here, where I have always been' "I don't know how they could let this be lost,"

13:45

Local

Medina Azahara, World Heritage

CECILIA CUERDO

The archaeological remains of Medina Azahara, near Cordoba, built in the 10th century by Abderramán III, have been made a Unesco World Heritage Site. The international organisation's committee announced in Bahrain last Sunday that it had agreed to ... add the ancient Islamic complex to its list of protected areas. Unesco said that the site serves as a "testimony to the Umayyads as a cultural and architectural civilization, and more generally, to the development of Western Islamic civilization". ... With the naming of Medina Azahara as a World Heritage Site, Cordoba has become the first place in the world to have four areas with this prestigious Unesco status. The archaeological remains join the Mosque-Cathedral, the old town and, most recently,

13:55

Local

Nerja Cave bosses open up hidden parts to promote idea of a new UNESCO day

Jennie Rhodes NERJA

Leading representatives from the Nerja Cave foundation allowed journalists access to parts of the Nerja cave system not usually open to the public on Tuesday, with the aim of promoting the idea of making June 6 a UNESCO international subterranean ... them.” The United Nations General Assembly designates a number of ‘International Days’ to mark important aspects of human life and history, which may be proposed by UNESCO or other UN specialised agencies.