Posts Tagged ‘Spain’
The basin city (Cuenca) commemorates 15th anniversary of its declaration as a world heritage city. It was on December 6, 1996, when the UNESCO World Heritage Committee fell the historic fortified city of Cuenca, confirming “the exceptional and universal value of a cultural site that must be protected for the benefit of mankind”. On the occasion of the celebration of the fifteen anniversary of basin as a world heritage city, there are provided a program of activities to ensure that children and adults enjoy the heritage of the city in a very special way, until Friday, December 9.
The Cathedral of Cuenca, hosted the exhibition commemorating the fourth anniversary of the treasure of Sebastián de Covarrubias. The Church of St. Andrew, recently recovered after a complex rehabilitation, will be the stage for puppet and magic shows or concert string of “Enchanted city” as a whole. In addition, the program has guided the hidden basin and the crypt of the Church of San Andrés, amenizadas by the Group of dulzaineros “Tiruraina”. The final snap of the festivities take placed on Friday, 9 December, with a concert of organ in the Cathedral, in charge of organist Pablo Márquez. Read the rest of this entry »
Barrié Foundation inaugurated on Thursday, December 1, in Vigo, the exhibition Type in Motion, a sample of the Museum of design Zurich. The exhibition, the Foundation presented for the first time in Spain, can be seen until April 1, 2012.
Type in Motion, involved nearly 120 works of more than 80 designers, offers a comprehensive report on the important changes of communication and the media in the contemporary world and shows trends highlights in the area of the text in motion, for the first time through music videos, sequences of títulosde films and interactive three dimensional installations. Read the rest of this entry »
88% Of British have in mind moving abroad in the next five years driven by the increase in the level of life of United Kingdom, the low price of housing in other countries and better job opportunities, according to a survey conducted by Skyscanner, the European travel portal.
Australia occupies first place in the ranking of the countries preferred by the British to begin a new life followed by Spain, who also is at the forefront as a holiday destination thanks to its wide range linked to the concept ‘Sun and Beach’. Read the rest of this entry »
At our stage in Dallas during the trip from coast to coast by the United States , we were able to recall one of the most popular television series of the years 70-80, Dallas.
Previously, we drove a town called Parker, which allowed us to better understand the world more residential and rural Texas. We went through the car for several estates and residential areas, some of very high economic level. Read the rest of this entry »