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Cementerio San Sebastian Casabermeja A Forbes Andalucia Diary 10

Dia de Todos los Santos – El cementerio de San Sebastian, Casabermeja

Today is All Saints Day and in Andalucía, and across Spain this isn’t so much the morning after the night …

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Day In Vejer De La Frontera

Romantic Vejer de la Frontera

So, we’ve arrived in Vejer de la Frontera – here is a captivating view of the Andalusian hilltop town. I’m …

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Wine growing returns to Monda – Vina & Bodega Remsamen

Sunday morning, in the unseasonably hot autumn weather, we headed to the village of Monda. Through Facebook, I’d learnt that …

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Granada’s Garden Route – The hidden oases of Southern Spain

Water is the fundamental element in nature; the source of life on this blue planet. Understandably therefore it is so …

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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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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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Detail Plate Medina Azahara

Arabia in Andalucia – the secrets of Cordoba’s Medina Azahara

Buried for almost a millennium, the ancient palatial city of Madīnat az-Zahrā, probably the most stunning mediaeval Islamic city outside …

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‘The Moor’s Last Sigh’ – revisiting the enigmatic Albaicin quarter of Granada

Granada’s Albaicin district is marking 1000 years of history; an enigmatic quarter that continues to be an inspiration to artists, …

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