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15:00

LifeStyle

5 February 1985: The Gibraltar-Spain border fully reopens

Alekk M. SAanders

In 1713 the territory of Gibraltar was ceded to Great Britain in perpetuity under the Treaty of Utrecht. However, the first form of a physical border between Gibraltar and Spain was not established until 1730. The line of defence containing a fort, k

14:09

Local

Caminito del Rey aerial walkway reopens to the public this Friday

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

One of the most popular tourist attractions in the province of Malaga reopens its doors on Friday, 18 December. It is an aerial pathway built into the walls of a gorge and is three kilometres long and barely one metre wide. One of the best-known

18:42

Local

Aspandem charity shop re-opens its doors after refit

sur in english

The Baratillo Benéfico in San Pedro de Alcántara, better known locally as the Aspandem charity shop, re-opened last week following months of Covid-19 restrictions and a major refurbishment project, made possible by a supporter's generous bequest. I

13:51

What to do

Museum Jorge Rando reopens after six months with six new exhibition rooms

Antonio Javier López

At the top of the staircase, there is a handful of letters, the colour of steel, fixed to the white wall. They say: "After a long journey in my life as a painter, after producing hundreds of paintings, I am only interested in seeking the essence... n

18:21

What to do

Popular Mijas music venue reopens with weekend of live concerts

Tony Bryant

The Cazbah Live Lounge in La Cala de Mijas has lined up a series of music events to take place through October. The popular music venue reopens its doors this weekend with concerts by two of the coast's most popular bands. The music will get going

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