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Check Out These Cheap Flights To Spain And France For Winter 2020

Check Out These Cheap Flights To Spain And France For Winter 2020

The World Economic Forum just published their biennial report ranking the best countries in the world to travel to, and the top spots...

Our Japanese language reporter visits a manga shop in Spain, learns a lesson about...

The most popular manga at this Spanish manga mecca right now isn’t, in fact, Dragon Ball! Our Japanese language reporter Ikuna Kamezawa,...
Opening new chapter, Spain exhumes Gen. Franco’s remains – Boston Herald

Opening new chapter, Spain exhumes Gen. Franco’s remains – Boston Herald

BY CIARAN GILES and ARITZ PARRA MADRID (AP) — Turning a momentous page in its history, Spain on Thursday exhumed the remains of dictator...
Spain exhumes late dictator Gen. Franco’s remains – Boston Herald

Spain exhumes late dictator Gen. Franco’s remains – Boston Herald

BY CIARAN GILES MADRID (AP) — Spain has exhumed the remains of Spanish dictator Gen. Francisco Franco from his grandiose mausoleum outside Madrid and...
The Lifegiving Aqueduct of Segovia, a Glorious Roman Heritage

The Lifegiving Aqueduct of Segovia, a Glorious Roman Heritage

When it comes to the great achievements of architecture, the Romans are among the greatest builders of the world’s history. The legacy that...
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Tickets Tapas Bar Barcelona Spain

This is part 11 of the series on San Sebastian, Girona, and Barcelona, Spain. Other parts of this series (as they become available)...
Girona Spain

Girona Spain – Historic City with Fantastic Food

View of Girona Spain from the old city wallThis is part 10 of the series on San Sebastian, Girona, and Barcelona, Spain. Other...
5,000-Year-Old Temple Emerges from Underwater in Spain

5,000-Year-Old Temple Emerges from Underwater in Spain

An ancient megalithic complex in Spain comparable to England’s Stonehenge has emerged from receding waters in Spain, but within two weeks it might...
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500 Years Ago Today Magellan and Elcano Set Sail to Conquer the World

On August 10, 1519, King Charles of Spain watched naval officers Ferdinand Magellan and Juan Sebastián Elcano set sail to the ‘Spice Islands’, now...
Pottery artifacts from National Archaeological Park of Tierradentro (Photo by Inyucho)

A Fascinating Look into the Lives and Deaths of the Tierradentro People of Colombia

One of the greatest Pre-Columbian civilizations of Colombia were the Tierradentro who flourished for centuries. They created a remarkable series of cave tombs...

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