Narváez, the sword that stopped Spain’s time

Seven times President of the Government, Narváez was probably the most influential politician in Spain in the mid-nineteenth century. With the death of the Espadón de Loja, which is 150 years old, the dam that had contained the revolution for more than two decades fell and the fate of the…

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Poets of madhouse

Addictions taken to the limit, post-partum depression, bipolar disorder, extreme political affiliations … the great literary creations tend to be the consequence of great disasters. In poetry, above all, is when the feeling burns when the work gets to tear the reader.

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Beti Jai regains its splendor

The Beti Jai has survived decades of neglect and neglect until it was finally declared a Cultural Interest (BIC). In 2015, work began on the restoration of its original elements and the recovery of others eliminated by the passage of time and neglect. Three years later, 2,800,000 euros of budget…

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Manuel Rivas, against neoliberalism: " It’s channellocracy "

It is a country “whose society has been very sensitive to shame historically”. “Power is increasingly moving in secrecy, silence and shamelessness, but in Spain there has always been a people who have fought for freedom in the face of a power that has distrusted him,” he asserted. In ‘Against…

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Manuel Rivas, against neoliberalism: " It’s channellocracy "

It is a country “whose society has been very sensitive to shame historically”. “Power is increasingly moving in secrecy, silence and shamelessness, but in Spain there has always been a people who have fought for freedom in the face of a power that has distrusted him,” he asserted. In ‘Against…

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Cultural VAT rebate does not reach the viewer

The Tax Agency verifies how the reduction of the fiscal pressure in the entrances of bulls, theaters, concerts and discotheques has supposed in fact an increase of the income of the companies that organize them, that have maintained the prices instead of cheapening them.

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The animation before Disney: from the first shorts to the crazy 30s

In 1937 Walt Disney changed forever the world of animation with the release of the film ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’. However, the history of cartoons dates back to the late nineteenth century, and had several metamorphoses in the first decades of the twentieth century with the arrival of…

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Discovered a new planet of metal

It is very far from our Sun and very close to its star. It has two brother planets. It is infernally warm and adds to the list of almost 4,000 exoplanets discovered and confirmed. This, however, has an interesting peculiarity. It is mostly metallic and looks a lot like Mercury.…

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