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What to do

A photographic memory

HELEN O'LEARY

Vivienne Whiffen's eyes are those of the professional photographer who captures a moment in time and preserves it for posterity. EXHIBITION Title. Lo Que Ven Mis Ojos - What My Eyes See. Venue. Casa de las Tejeringas, Plaza de las Flores,

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2 April 1940: Lorca’s Poet in New York is first published

David Balmer

On 2 April 1940, A Poet in New York by Andalusian poet Federico García Lorca, was first published. The work, written during Lorca’s time in New York between 1929 and 1930, was not published in Spain at this time due to the Franco regime’s censorship.

17:07

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26 March 1995: Spain implements Schengen for the first time

Debbie Bartlett

It took ten years for the Schengen Agreement which was signed in Luxembourg on 14 June 1985 to be finally put into effect, but on 26 March 1995 Spain (which had not been a signatory to that original agreement), France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, t

20:49

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No longer what it was, but still spectacular

vanessa melgar

Nowadays, not all of the original Paseo de los Ingleses is accessible. Part of it was closed off by the Caja de Ahorros in Ronda to provide privacy for swimmers in a pool it built on land it owned there for workers to use. Later, the Juan de la Ro

14:35

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19 March 1812: Liberals ratify La Pepa, the Constitution of Cadiz

Tony Bryant

On 19 March 1812, the Political Constitution of the Spanish Monarchy was founded in the Oratory San Felipe Neri in Cadiz. Also known as the Constitution of Cadiz, it was ratified by a group of liberals who refused to support the king (Napoleon's brot

11:34

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With Covid engraved on their skin

ignACIO LILLO

...are our Covid tattoos,” Sergio says. His is very visible and has an impact. Customers often refer to it, with differing opinions. “Some ask how I could do this, with what we are still going In memory of a grandmother who died. Irene Jorquera ... themselves or their relatives have, and they want a reminder of what they have been through and how they got over it,” says McCoy. The world in a cage. MCcoy In many cases people choose motivating phrases, but some want a portrait of a family member who ... long time before anybody can forget what has happened with the Covid pandemic in 2020 and 2021, but those who have recorded it with tattoo art on their skin will have a reminder that stays with them for the rest of their lives.

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12 March 2020: The day Covid-19 started to affect life in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

Thursday 12 March 2020 will go down in history as the daycoronavirus really started to take hold in Spain. The Spanish stock exchange, the Bolsa, or Ibex-35, fell by 14.06 per cent - the biggest drop in one day in its almost 200-year history (it wa

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What to do

Richard Ray Farrell returns to the stage in Almuñécar

Jennie Rhodes

American Blues musician Richard Ray Farrell will be performing at Almuñécar's Casa de la Cultura on Saturday 17 April. The concert will start at 7pm. The musician and composer will be performing tracks from his latest album, Three Pints of Gin, whi