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  • 22 mai 2017

    Subterranean Granada

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    Granada is famous for its monuments and constructions, legacy of the civilizations that were set in the city throughout history: Christians, Jews and Muslims. Result of this legacy, the city ...

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  • 20 mai 2017

    London and romantic films

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    All of us have dreamed of having a love story like the ones that appear on the romantic movies. Some of the most famous romantic films are set in London, so get on London City ...

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  • 18 mai 2017

    Museums at Night

    Cathégories: Musées

    May 18 is the International Museum Day and it is celebrated all around the world since 1977.

    As usual in recent years, museums associated to the network of local museums of the ...

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  • 05 mai 2017

    Gastronomy in San Sebastian

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    Mouth-watering cod with potatoes dressed with the delicious ‘al pil-pil’ sauce, a sauce made of oil, garlic and small hot peppers. You probably know about this recipe, one of the ...

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  • 27 avr. 2017

    The Path of illumination in tourist bus

    There are four points that conform the Path of Illumination and they represent the four elements of nature: earth, air, water and fire. These elements create a cross on the top of the map of ...

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  • 23 avr. 2017

    A fleeting glance to the history of the English Language in London

    Anglos, Saxes and Jutes are the names for the three Germanic tribes that invaded Britain and which gave origin to English, or, Anglo-Saxon which was the name used at the time. That is why ...

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  • 21 avr. 2017

    The Books night in Madrid

    Sometimes we just focus on exercising our body but we forget the importance of exercising our mind. That is the reason why we should keep our brain active, and there is no better way to do it ...

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  • 20 avr. 2017

    Sant Jordi in Barcelona

    Cathégories: Fêtes traditionnelles

    Any true legend must have at least a princess, a knight and a dragon. This is the case of the legend of Sant Jordi, which explains how a savage dragon struck terror into Montblanc citizens and ...

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  • 20 avr. 2017

    Granada Paradiso, silent and classic film festival

    Cathégories: Fêtes traditionnelles

    Sometimes, gaze and gestures are worth a thousand words, or else, you only have to ask silent film lovers. If you are one of them, you have a date in Granada between the 19th of April and the ...

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  • 14 avr. 2017

    Burning of Judas to celebrate Easter

    Cathégories: Fêtes traditionnelles

    Most of the Catholic Mexican festivities have an ethnic touch coming from the moment of first encounter between European and the indigenous cultures which took place in the past. Like this, and ...

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