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More than three-quarters of a century after it was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War, and after 18 years of restoration, a statue attributed to Michelangelo is set to make its return to the small Andalusian town of Ubeda. The statue, known as Saint
As Spanish unemployment reaches another record high, the residents of rural Marinaleda could be forgiven for feeling a little smug. In the small village in deepest Andalusia, the joblessness remains firmly and almost certainly uniquely within Spain
IPS Articles The verdict stated that judges must be granted the authority to delay repossession and eviction while reviewing mortgage contracts to determine whether they have abusive clauses. The abusive terms referred to by the court ruling include
A British man is believed to have drowned in a Spanish lake while trying to retrieve a golf ball. Thomas Ross, 73, slipped into the water on Sunday morning while playing the fifth hole at the Dunas de Donana course in Almonte, southern Spain. The
Fashion Rio, one of Brazil's largest fashion industry fairs, used Monday night's show by Filhas de Gaia, a brand created by designers Renata Salles and Marcela Calmon, to unveil fashions for the next Southern Hemisphere summer inspired by the
A sculpture at a Spanish art museum was damaged when an elderly woman tripped and fell into the artwork, officials said. The sculpture, titled "Ghost Gu Coming Down the Mountain," created by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in collaboration with Romanian-
On a recent morning, Alicia Marquez, a flamenco dancer and professor, was correcting the steps and postures of a class of 10 women, only one of whom was Spanish. The rest of her class was a mix of Japanese, Chinese, German, English, Danish and
Flooding in southern Spain has prompted the evacuation of more than 200 people, authorities in Andalusia said. Regional officials said the Guadalquivir and Aguacebas rivers were causing most of the problems, The Local.se reported Wednesday.
Colleen Neary will never forget the day when George Balanchine articulated the blueprint for her life's work. She was in her early 20s, then a respected New York City Ballet dancer. "He put me in to teach company class," she says. "He said to me, '
Flickr/torrelodones In the province of Andalusia, the ancient land bridge between two continents, sits the Costa Tropical, a stretch of Spain's coast that is little-known, quiet, and truly Spanish. To the west is the infamous Costa del Sol, and to