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14:13

Local

International Poetry Day comes to town

SUR. Benalmádena

The town of Benalmádena has been chosen by the United Nations agency UNESCO to write a giant poem as part of International Poetry Day this Tuesday. The town hall in Benalmádena is encouraging people of all the 123 different nationalities currently

12:53

Local

Antequera given plot of land to improve area surrounding UNESCO site

A. J. GUERRERO antequera

The local council in Antequera has been given a plot of land next to the Tholos del Romeral, one of the three megalithic tombs that make up the Dolmens of Antequera. One of the conditions of being a newly-declared UNESCO World Heritage Site is that

12:09

Gibraltar

Chance to volunteer at Gorham’s Cave

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

The Gorham’s Cave complex will soon be celebrating its first year as a Unesco World Heritage Site and the Gibraltar Museum has decided to mark the anniversary by giving local people the chance to help with the excavation this summer, which will take

17:59

Travel

Destination 2020

Andrew Forbes

...international travellers. If you like the idea of romantic colonial cities, also consider Puebla and Oaxaca, both with postcard perfect architecture and fascinating culture. They are close to the Unesco biosphere of Tehuacán-Cuicatlán, which, with its forests of ... for its International Style/Bauhaus period architecture in the Unesco World Heritage White City area, as well as museums, galleries and sophisticated nightlife. The city also boasts Mediterranean beaches - a great place to enjoy some autumn sunshine. A ... flight to the lesser known islands such as El Hierro, for memorable volcanic scenery and wild nature; and La Gomera for the Unesco biosphere nature of laurel forests and unusual geology. Wishing you all safe and happy travels in 2020!

19:36

Local

A quiet fifth birthday for the Caminito del Rey

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...become a major tourist attraction and the authorities have received huge support for an application for it to be classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site. Although at present the Caminito is closed because of the lockdown in Spain, the latest visitor

21:34

LifeStyle

Living under the rule of women

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...at the community centre to play games and for almost non-stop dancing and singing traditional songs. That is mainly why 17 years ago Unesco proclaimed the island Kihnu as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Kihnu is often

18:12

Education

Malaga school visits Palermo on third leg of Erasmus+ scheme

...major role in the origin of modern Italian language with the creation of the Sicilian poetry school. They also attended a workshop at ItaStra, the Sicilian university for foreigners and migrants and visited the Unesco world heritage centre of Palermo. ... Turchi, a Unesco world heritage site. At work in Finland.SUR Earlier this year students from all five countries, including a group from Huelin, got together in Tampere, Finland, on the second leg of the project. Students and teachers from the five

17:23

Travel

Senegal sojourn

Andrew Forbes

...historical reconciliation We had spent the morning strolling the narrow dusty lanes of the Unesco-designated Île de Gorée. This picturesque island, less than a kilometre long, sits out in the Atlantic, a short ferry ride from Dakar. Free of roads and ... numbers of West African lions. Senegal is surprisingly not really regarded for its African wildlife, instead seen as more of a cultural destination. Yet its national parks are extraordinary. Continuing further south to the Unesco-listed Siné-Saloum

14:07

Local

The long battle against illiteracy in Spain

ALMUDENA SANTOS / LUCY NEWBY

...they're both learning to write," she says. How does Spain compare globally? On an international level, Spain and the rest of Europe are some of the most literate countries in the world. According to UNESCO, 99 per cent of European and North American ... South Asia. UNESCO findings show huge disparities between factors such as region, gender and also age, with the elderly being much more likely to be illiterate than youths, emphasising an increase in global literacy over time.