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15:44

LifeStyle

14 February 1779: Hundreds drown in El Puerto bridge tragedy

Rachel Haynes

Spanish forces in various campaigns. In Andalucía, he successfully reorganised the defensive system of the Bay of Cadiz. Having rejected the idea of building on the ruins of a former stone Roman bridge, O'Reilly chose a wooden structure, which was part ... boat bridge and part drawbridge. One section of the walkway rested on seven boats, while stone posts held up the drawbridge part with sections that were raised to let through boats from Jerez. O'Reilly and his family were among the first pedestrians

12:59

LifeStyle

"It's like Only Fools and Horses meets Scarface"

Terry Stone, 48, is an English actor who began his acting and producing career in May 2003 and over the past 16 years has carved a career on both sides of the camera. British gangster movie shot in Marbella to premiere at local festival

13:53

Local

A leather factory beside the river

IGNACIO LILLO

...have been discovered which were once part of a leather curing factory from the 18th to 19th century, during Malaga's industrial period. The troughs are made of stone, with the bottom and sides lined with wood. Archaeologists believe the dye for the

19:24

Local

The Axarquía's dry stone walls added to Unesco heritage list

Eugenio Cabezas

The United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organisation, Unesco, has added the Axarquía's dry stone walls onto its list of the world's intangible heritage of humanity, under the title, "Art of dry stone walling, knowledge and techniques". A ... dry-stone walling is still used in the Axarquía to prevent erosion and landslides on hillsides used for the cultivation of traditional crops, including olives, grapes and cereals, but is, according to environmental association, Gena-Ecologistas en Acción, a ... dying tradition. The subtropical fruit growing sector does not use dry stone walls, which, according to the environmentalists, collect rainwater more effectively and provide a natural irrigation system.

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