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Mediterranean Cinema in Valencia

Mediterranean Cinema in Valencia

Dreams Behind the Wall Date: 28 June Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Cost: 3,50 Euros Event Category: FUNDACION ACM Event Tags: Aragó Cinema, cine, cinéma, FACM, Mediterráneo, Mediterrani Website:…

The Admiral’s Baths

The Admiral’s Baths

Tucked at the end of a narrow, crooked street in the Mediterranean city of Valencia, you may be surprised to come upon an ancient public bathhouse, a surprising relic from…

Peter BB Davis Exhibits in Oliva

Peter BB Davis Exhibits in Oliva

British musician/composer and painter Peter Davis considers himself  “most fortunate (I know!) to live a major part of my life in a villa in Oliva”. He has an exhibition of…

Little Tin Soldiers: Ten Years After

Little Tin Soldiers: Ten Years After

The number of museums in Valencia has grown considerably in recent years, and one outstanding one is the L’Iber, which houses the largest collection of toy soldiers in the world,…

Doctor Who in Valencia

Doctor Who in Valencia

Doctor Who? Yes that’s right. One of the most famous and long-lasting TV series of all time was in Valencia recently. Since 1963 the time-travelling Doctor has changed identities 12…

Jacarandas: Valencia’s Purple Haze

Jacarandas: Valencia’s Purple Haze

Jimi Hendrix would have enjoyed Valencia at this time of year, for in May the jacarandas bloom. There are 49 species of the Jacaranda tree, which is native to tropical…

Ibán Ramón Fallas Poster Award

Ibán Ramón Fallas Poster Award

Ibán Ramón’s poster for the Fallas Festival of 2016 has been selected as one of the finalists of the European Design Awards (ED-Awards), which will be held in Oporto (Portugal)…

Sergio Garcia: a Valencian Master

Sergio Garcia: a Valencian Master

On 10th April 2017, Valencian golfer Sergio Garcia received the prestigious green jacket, having won the Masters tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club for the first time. Sergio García…

MOVIES MADE IN SPAIN

MOVIES MADE IN SPAIN

  Orson Welles used to say that Spain isn’t so much a country as a continent, due to its wide variety of unspoilt scenery, which is why he made so…

-ID- Mark Sicon Re-exhibits

-ID- Mark Sicon Re-exhibits

Mark Sicon is an anglo-spanish artist born and bred in Valencia, and also a regular photographer for Valencia International. His second major exhibition will take place at Valencia’s Wayco Co-Working,…