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Newton’s Great Invention in the Carmen District

Newton’s Great Invention in the Carmen District

One of Valencia’s most charismatic districts is the Barrio del Carmen, the original historic city centre where you can find architectural remnants from several epochs and interesting anecdotal people and…

La Mozaira: Hard to Find, Easy to Love

La Mozaira: Hard to Find, Easy to Love

The best places are often the hardest to find, and La Mozaira doesn’t draw attention to itself with ugly signposts. But then when you have something special to offer, people…

Angels Don’t Need Wings: Pascal Kleiman

Angels Don’t Need Wings: Pascal Kleiman

One of the winners of Spain’s 2009 Goya awards (the Spanish equivalent of the Oscars, was a film about the French-born, Valencia-based DJ Pascal Kleiman by director Ángel Loza, who…

Sexy Valencian Architecture

Sexy Valencian Architecture

Although it appears to be a church at first sight, or a monastery at least, Valencia’s La Lonja is in fact a civic building, and one of the most curious…

Josep Tornero: Henry Ford PrizeWinner

Josep Tornero: Henry Ford PrizeWinner

As more and more of Valencia’s talented scientists look abroad for work, it is important to remember that Valencian achievements are not limited to citrus fruits and sunshine. The Ford…

Your Turn in a Yurta

Your Turn in a Yurta

As most of the film version of Doctor Zhivago was made in Spain, it seems reasonable that the traditional houses used by the steppe wandering Mongols, known as the Yurta,…

Let’s Go With Lego in La Palma

Let’s Go With Lego in La Palma

More than 550 regional tournaments since 1998 in 55 countries, involving over  16,000 teams and 30,000 volunteers, and among them a team from Colegio Palma called Palma Friend’s (we hope…

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