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The Season of Rebirth starts this coming Sunday, 25 March 2018
In spring, the almond blossom competes in brilliance against the snow-crested peaks beyond. Suddenly, like a pencil line sharply delimiting the green lushness of this veritable oasis, the earth turns ochre-arid, supporting only the hardy olive. This is the presence and imagery that permeates the verse of its best-loved son and barb, Federico García Lorca: the viento verde of the undulating corn, long solitary walks through melancholy rain-filled afternoons, y el fondo un campo de nieve…home of the poet.
The silence is heavy with the presence of so much life in this household, by all accounts filled with voices, laughter and music. What conversations did Federico enjoy here with his sisters and his musical and literary friends? The poet himself was an accomplished pianist and Manuel de Falla was certainly among the most assiduous visitors here. There is the unavoidable feeling that everyone has stepped out, and will be back in a few minutes.
Hundreds of thousands (others reckon millions) took to the streets in protest marches across Spain for women's equal place under the sun! Within the protest framework was an irresistibly festive ambience that only the Spaniards could carry off
As far as AGE goes, there are two things to remember: "You are as young as you feel" and "Be careful what you wish for"
Nothing like a global tourism convention from the world tourism guru, Spain!
The ASEAN University Fair will provide a unique platform for Spanish students and academics to meet and gain information from ASEAN universities in one venue. The expert team from the ASEAN universities can help participants make the right choices by fully explaining entry requirements and the application process. The fair will promote networking among representatives of universities of ASEAN and Spain for the purpose of developing double degree programs and exchanging scholarships
There is a real story behind every beating heart, that fabulous organ of ours which literally is a life or death matter
A unique, rivetting, witty, and even hilarious account of the historic days immediately following the end of the 8-year negotiation for Spain's membership in the European Common Market: “It was difficult and freakish work.”
MEET THE CHIEF NEGOTIATOR FOR SPAIN’S ADMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES & FATHER OF ERASMUS, MANUEL MARIN »
As State Secretary for Relations with the European Communities he was, effectively, Chief Negotiator for Spain's admission to the European Communities. He was, moreover, considered the father of the Erasmus Programme