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A new study finds that people have frequently visited Spain’s Nerja Cave

The war photographer is sometimes called the Spanish Robert Capa

Meetings are held in a variety of venues on average every two months, normally with guest speakers.

A British delegation for peace, which may have included the author, travelled to Valladolid where the author of Don Quixote lived.

A hero in China, and remembered by the Red Cross in Málaga, this Canadian Physician was born on March 3 1890, There’s a building in Almayate, in the Axarquía district of Málaga province. It is a Cruz Roja specialist training centre, and it is dedicated to the memory of a Canadian physician who was born in Gravenhurst, Ontario on 3rd March 1890.

Luisa Isabel Álvarez de Toledo, the 21st Duchess of Medina Sidonia, died at her residence in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz province, on 7th March 2008, at the age of 71. She passed away in her 15th century Ducal Palace, the ducal residence since the 16th century, and her ancestors’ residence since the late 13th century.

The ancestors of the British Isles were not Celts, but Basques.

Juan Sebastián Elcano completed the first world circumnavigation in history

This year's Solheim Cup 2023 will be the biggest golfing event on the Costa del Sol since the 1997 Ryder Cup, and the event organizer, Alicia Garrido, joined members of the Costa Press Club this week to talk to them about what goes on behind the scenes in the run-up to such a tournament, and the years of work entailed in bringing it to Spain. The setting for the gathering was the Andalucía Lab.

Diego Lauton and Fede Botella - have highlighted Spain's climate crisis in a series of AI-produced posters that riff on the look and feel of vintage tourism adverts.

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