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First Communion – Catholic rituals and traditions in modern Spain

Spain is so often quoted as one of the most Catholic countries in Europe. That may be true, yet this …

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Malaga’s 16th Festival of Film

Running till Saturday 27th, is the 2013 Malaga Film Festival, with screenings Cine Albeniz, Cervantes Theatre, and the Echegaray Theatre. …

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Rooftops Priego De Cordoba

Baroque fountains, rococo doorways and Andalusian geraniums… in Priego de Cordoba

Spring is without doubt one of the best times to enjoy Andalucia, and especially Cordoba province. Priego de Cordoba, the …

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Montefrio Granada By Andrew Forbes 3

A former frontier between two worlds – the ‘Sacred Empire’ of Montefrio, Granada

The view from the mountain road as you enter the valley is impressive. Turn another bend and there, perfectly framed …

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Cordoba Mesquita Mosque

Eat, Sleep, Love; Cordoba

Intriguing, beguiling, seductive; the Andalusian provincial capital of Córdoba offers a fascinating and indulgent short break High walls, with crumbling …

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At Home I’m a Tourist

Showing until June 16th, at Malaga’s contemporary art museum, CAC, is ‘At Home I’m a Tourist’; the bonkers collection of …

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Picasso Museum Malaga

Picasso of Malaga – Earliest Works – running ’till June 6th 2013

Picasso de Málaga. Earliest Works maps this period of the budding artist and his family. It brings together an outstanding …

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Tikitano Garden View

Tikitano Restaurant’s 10th Anniversary

Before I moved to Spain fulltime, I had a place east of Estepona; and we used to walk to Tikitano …

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Palacio De Bailio

Hotels in Cordoba

During my last visit to Cordoba, we stayed in two hotels, giving an idea of the two main types of …

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CRYPTIC. Street Graffiti In Cordobas Old Town A. Forbes C

Snapshots from Cordoba

Córdoba, capital of its province of the same name, is certainly one of Andalucía’s more mysterious provincial capitals. Not served …

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