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The Castellón Wine Renaissance: Gabriel Mayo

The Castellón Wine Renaissance: Gabriel Mayo

While the bureaucrats in Brussels seem to be determined to destroy the Spanish economy, Spanish creativity is fighting back; from the vineyards of Castellón among other places.   In 1957…

British Troops Occupy Valencia!

British Troops Occupy Valencia!

Tuesday 24th of January 2007 came and went in Valencia unnoticed, and without the expected massacre of British residents in the city of Valencia, although it was the 300th anniversary…

Valencia in The New York Times

Valencia in The New York Times

Despite efforts (and threats) to shut them up and to remain a secret place free of Amerikanisation, New York’s most prestigious newspaper The New York Times published an article in…

Home-made Valencian Hi-Tech

Home-made Valencian Hi-Tech

Paterna-based Valencian company ImasD has developed a project called Click ARM in collaboration with several engineering firms and Spanish companies, and with the Korean giant Samsung providing semiconductors and screens.…

A Sparkling Valencian New Year in Dubai

Lliria-based firework specialist Vicente Caballer lit up the sky in Dubai with 450,000 explosive devices, illuminating almost 100 kilometres of coastline. The festival of light and sound took place at…

The Skype’s The Limit

The Skype’s The Limit

JA is one of Spain’s top lawyers, and when he was offered a partnership with a prestigious law firm in Madrid, he decided to uproot his family from his native…

Manuel Broseta: victim of ETA

Manuel Broseta: victim of ETA

On the 15th January 1992 shots rang out on the leafy Valencian avenue called Blasco Ibáñez, a street usually full of students due to the large number of faculties there.…

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