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Málaga – the street art scene

21, Jun 2021

Think of Málaga and art, and Picasso is probably the first thing to spring to mind. It’s only natural, then, that Málaga should break the mould and have one of the best street art scenes…
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Third Thursday of June is World Tapas Day

17, Jun 2021

The third Thursday in June is World Tapas Day. The event, organised by the Spanish Asociación Saborea, highlights the value of the tapa as a gastronomic tourist attraction.
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Madrid’s colourful street art

11, Jun 2021

Art is as diverse as music, and Spain has a rich and ground-breaking history where the former is concerned. Graffiti has transformed into glorious colourful artwork worthy of note, and authorities recognise the skill and…
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Osborne bull turns 65 and gets a new look

07, Jun 2021

The silhouettes of the Osborne bull that line motorways or stand on hilltops are a recognised national icon. To celebrate the 65th anniversary of the brand icon, the bull has a new look.
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Roman palace in Cordoba was destroyed for train station

03, Jun 2021

Archaeologists in Spain reflect on the dubious anniversary of a Córdoba train station that was prioritised over the protection of important cultural heritage, including an entire Roman palace. In 1991 the station became an important…
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Malaga’s Thyssem Museum makes Roman remains available

26, May 2021

When the Palacio Villalón in Malaga was transformed into the Thyssen Museum, a special find was made. Roman remains were in the basement of the property. After years of research and work, a visit to…
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Spanish hit series La Casa de Papel final season release date announced

25, May 2021

Netflix released details about the last season of La Casa de Papel on Monday. What is special is that the closing season is not launched in one go. Fans will soon be able to enjoy…
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Flamenco dance global promotion central theme of Jerez de la Frontera festival

24, May 2021

JEREZ – The corona crisis has had a major impact on the flamenco sector. Many flamenco halls in Spain have closed down. Others fear the final blow. The future of flamenco dance was discussed with…
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Goya – Spain’s enlightened artist

22, May 2021

Francisco Goya (1746-1828) lived through the end of Spain’s Ancien Régime and his work foretells the development of art in the 20th century, particularly expressionism and surrealism. InSpain.news takes a look at his life and…
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Turnover of Spanish museums drops more than 80% in 2020

20, May 2021

Spain’s 255 museums suffered major losses in 2020 as the two main target groups, tourists and school students, stayed away almost all year round due to the pandemic.
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