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Day: October 13, 2018

Register for the Almoradí Night Walk

The annual autumn night walk in Almoradí will take place on Friday 26 October and those who wish to participate should register from this Monday 15 October. The route is approximately 8km long, leaving from the Plaza de la Constitución and will head towards the Sotos del Río alongside the River Segura, with a short sandwich break around halfway through. You can register for this walk by visiting the tourist office, or by sending an email with your name, where you live, and NIE number to [email protected] or you can call 966 783 442. The first 500 people to...

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Live Transmission from the Royal Opera House in Torrevieja Cinema – Mayerling

This Monday evening there will be a special live transmission of Mayerling – the ballet – at the IMF cinema in Torrevieja. This is the first part of a series of live cinema from the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden that will run throughout the year until June next year. This is the first time ever that the Royal Ballet will go live via satellite, with showings of this classic ballet in more than 150 cinemas and theatres across Spain. Mayerling is a story of dangerous desires, family secrets and political intrigues that twist through every moment...

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Infrastructure Improvements in Torrevieja

Torrevieja council has approved plans to renew street lighting in one part of the town, and replace disastrous cobbles in another The Local Government Board has approved the report, appointed the technician and started the dossiers corresponding to two of the subsidy lines granted by the Diputación to the town to make financially sustainable investments in infrastructure. The first project put in motion is the renovation of public lighting of partial plan 22 “Casa Grande”, for which 63,286.50 euro will be allocated. The second project is somewhat more controversial, as it includes the ripping up of cobbled streets and...

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Torrevieja Semana Santa Museum Coming On Well

After years of promises, the new Semana Santa museum in Torrevieja appears to be taking shape The mayor of Torrevieja, José Manuel Dolón, along with the councillor for culture, Domingo Pérez, and the President of the Board of the Brotherhoods, Ignacio Suárez, visited the Semana Santa Museum in Torrevieja this week, to see for themselves how the installation is progressing. The attendees toured the different floors of the museum, including the basements, and inspected the spaces intended for the exhibition. Whilst there, Ignacio Suárez has been making measurements in order to determine if the dimensions of the different rooms...

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