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The origin of Spain’s Christmas lottery

The origin of Spain’s Christmas lottery: buying bullets to fight Napoleon Popular ‘El Gordo’ draw was created in Cádiz in 1812 to raise funds to fight French troops Spain’s famous Christmas lottery, known popularly as ‘El Gordo’ (The Fat One)…

“El Gordo” Winners

“El Gordo” Winners, Winners across Spain celebrate results of ‘el Gordo’ Christmas lottery Winning first prize number 71198 sold at locations including Madrid’s famous Doña Manolita shop The winning number in this year’s Christmas lottery in Spain – popularly known…

Tabarnia

Tabarnia: the hoax independence movement trending now in Spain Old demand for Barcelona and Tarragona to split from rest of Catalonia revived on social media “Freedom for Tabarnia. Catalonia robs Tabarnia. Catalonia has never done anything to win Tabarnia over.…

Oferta Laboral Docentes

Aulaintercultural te ofrece POSIBILIDADES DE TRABAJO en gran número de áreas de formación, incluyendo IDIOMAS (inglés, francés, alemán y muchos más) así como también EN MUCHAS MÁS AREAS FORMATIVAS como ser INFORMÁTICA, ARTE, IMPRENTA entre otros. Envíanos tu CV a…

C1 People are dying for this graveyard

C1 Why people are dying for a place in this cinematic Spanish graveyard. Film buffs spark rush at location used in Eastwood movie ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ The Sad Hill cemetery, which was created 50 years ago in…

Corruption in Football

Spain at “serious” risk of being ejected from World Cup: disgraced soccer boss Fifa argues Spanish national soccer body broke rules in trying to remove Ángel María Villar The suspended president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Ángel María…

Catalonia’s shifting political landscape

The new leading parties in Catalonia’s shifting political landscape In a deeply divided region, Ciudadanos and the Catalan Republican Left seem to be taking over The Catalan campaign race that ended on Tuesday has seen a shift in the region’s…

Dies Wearing Colours Of Flag

A 55-year-old man died in Zaragoza on Tuesday night as a result of the beating he received outside a bar last week by a leftist radical who didn’t like the suspenders he was wearing; they were in the colors of…

Catalonia Election Day

The Spanish Interior Ministry is considering sending 3,500 Civil Guard officers to beef up security ahead of the Catalan regional elections on December 21, according to an internal memo. The document, dated Monday at midday, also outlines the ministry’s plans…

Medieval Artworks

Catalonia is fighting to keep medieval artworks that were taken from the neighboring region of Aragón The clash over the return of medieval artworks, originally from the Monastery of Santa María de Sijena in the region of Aragon, is a…

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