Marcathlon: “The Trade Mark Race” 25 apr The race is to be held in celebration of World Intellectual Property Day.
Foreign Policy Council Under the chairmanship of the President of the Government, the Foreign Policy Council held a meeting on 17 February last in order to learn about and analyse this 2014 Annual Plan and, after the presentation given by the High Commissioner and its subsequent debate, the go-ahead was given to the text approved today by the Council of Ministers. The 2014 Marca España Plan is intended to be an exercise that goes far beyond...Enter to read the full article.
In 1976, King Juan Carlos I named him Prime Minister, marking the beginning of the Transition. The 11 months under Suarez up to the first democratic elections were marked by pro-Franco opposition, terrorism by ETA and GRAPO and violence by extreme right-wing groups. At all times, Suarez made his intentions clear – to achieve dialogue and consensus, and to legalise parties so that truly free elections could be held. 1977 saw the creation...Enter to read the full article.
TODAY ON OUR BLOG Read the full article, link to Blog signature section. By:Javier
In memory of Paco de Lucía
He had a closeness and depth; didn´t speak much, he looked, smiled and from time to time, he declared.
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In the 17th Century, a group of Japanese people arrived in Coria del Río (Seville) and never left. Fifteen generations later there are still Andalusians with the surname Japón.
Spain's technological capacity is reflected in its cutting-edge developments in the field of nanotechnology, a discipline in which Spain enjoys major international recognition.
Spain, as an international tourism heavyweight, has always been a leader in all kinds of initiatives related to the concept of "healthy culinary tourism".
A milestone in