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Porcelanosa rewards the Valencian studio Sanahuja & Partners

The Sanahuja & Partners studio awarded in the latest edition of the Porcelanosa Prizes for their reformation project of Alcossebre’s Paseo Vista Alegre.

Jávea is ranked once again among the safest localities in Spain

The coastal town of Jávea continues its positive trend in the fall of crime levels, strengthening its image particularly among foreign residents and buyers.

Paco Roca’s latest graphic novel ‘Los surcos del azar’ to be unveiled in Valencia

Valencian illustrator and graphic novelist Paco Roca will unveil his new graphic novel ‘Los surcos del azar’ in Valencia this Thursday. Winner of the 2008 National Comic Award, Roca has based his new novel on the liberation of Paris on 25 August 1944, narrating the story of the small detachment of 160 soldiers from the French 2nd Armoured Division under the command of General Leclerc including 148 Spanish exiles who, led by Captain Dronne, entered Paris after German troops retreated.

Valencia’s runners on their marks for the 33rd Maratón Divina Pastora

Next Sunday 17 November the city of Valencia will be host to one of the most important and popular races in Spain: the 33rd ‘Maratón Divina Pastora’, organized by Valencia’s town council and the ‘Sociedad Deportiva Correcaminos’, a sports club which has organized the marathon since 1981 when it was known as ‘Maratón Popular de Valencia’, in collaboration with the Trinidad Alfonso foundation.

The Oceanogràfic celebrates a decade of underwater wonders

Located in Valencia’s City of Arts and Sciences, the largest aquarium in Europe celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The Oceanogràfic has welcomed more than 13 million visitors in the past decade proving a successful first ten years.

A retrospective of Canogar’s abstract art

From 14 November, the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) will display a complete retrospective of Toledan painter Rafael Canogar’s work since 1957, the same year in which he became a founding member of the ‘El Paso’ group along with other renowned artists such as Saura and Feito

Huesca’s hidden gem

Biniés castle is an impressive historical building located in the town of Biniés in the north of the Spanish province of Huesca, Aragón. According to medieval expert Antonio Ubieto Arteta, its origins may date back to the 9th century, even though more reliable evidence suggests that it served as a fortress in the 12th century.

Cheste: title decider for Motorcycling World Championship

On 10 November, the Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo in Cheste will host the race to determine two out of three motorcycle world champions.

Joaquín Sorolla’s spirit returns to Valencia

Valencia will welcome a new museum dedicated to the work of Valencian painter Joaquín Sorolla, if talks materialise between the Generalitat Valenciana and the Bancaja Foundation who own the Centro Cultural Bancaja situated in the heart of the city on the Plaza de Tetuán; the new potential home for the Museo Sorolla de Valencia.

Porcelanosa earns Valencia’s most prestigious award

On 9 October 2013, President Alberto Fabra of the Generalitat Valenciana awarded the founders of the Valencian company Porcelanosa with the highest recognition that the autonomous Valencian government honours to businesses and professionals based in its community; la Gran Cruz de la Orden de Jaume I el Coqueridor

Berklee College of Music, Valencia: breathing new life into the city’s music scene

First established in Boston in 1945, the Berklee College of Music provides students with an all-encompassing programme on modern music and aspects of career development in the industry, through a combination of jazz and contemporary American styles, flamenco, hip-hop and even salsa.

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