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A crucified Ronald McDonald clown, prayer mats adorned with stilettos and sketches by former Guantanamo prisoners take pride of place at a new museum in Spain devoted to previously censored art.
Barcelona's Liceu opera theatre appoints 'intimacy director'
Renowned intimacy director Ita O'Brien, with HBO and Netflix credentials, is at the helm, overseeing Barcelona Liceu's upcoming production of 'Antony and Cleopatra.'
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Have you been to The World’s Best Bar? (It's in Europe)
In the Top 50 establishments of 2023, a grand total of 22 are in Europe. Spain tops the list while the UK, Italy and Greece are also doing pretty well. Here's the lowdown on the 15th edition of The World's 50 Best Bars. How many have you been to?
Street marchers back both Israel and the Palestinians across Europe
The demonstrations passed off peacefully. London police had threatened anyone openly supporting Hamas with arrest, while in Frankfurt a court cited security concerns for an order prohibiting a pro-Palestinian march
Barcelona cracks down on cruise ships in its city centre
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Rally in Barcelona against plan to grant Catalan separatists an amnesty
Right-wing officials joined a mass rally in Barcelona on Sunday to protest plans to grant jailed Catalan separatists an amnesty.
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WATCH: Thousands of Catalans march for independence in Barcelona
While local police reported 115,000 people marched the streets, the Catalan National Assembly (ANC) said there were more than 800,000 present.
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Fast fashion firms brace for EU crackdown on waste mountain
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Meet the Spanish street artist telling Europe to love itself
Euronews Culture speaks to Jordi Villegas, the 28-year-old street artist peppering Europe's streets with messages telling passers-by how they should feel about the places they're visiting - and themselves.
This popular Ibiza beach joins Spain's list of smoke-free zones
Beach-goers who break the rules face fines of up to €2,000.
Sagrada Familia struggles to accommodate both worship and tourism
With tourism surpassing pre-pandemic records in Barcelona and across southern Europe, iconic sacred sites are struggling to accommodate the faithful who come to pray and the millions of paying tourists.
Why are Barcelona’s rooftops being painted white?
Scientists have an ‘excellent’ idea for combating the capital of Catalonia's heat island effect, as heatwaves intensify.
Both men and women can swim topless in this part of Spain
The Catalan government has reminded public swimming pools that they can’t ban women from going topless.
Cruise ships: Where are Europe’s most polluted port cities?
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Primavera Sound hits Madrid for the first time: Festival Preview
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These European cities are cracking down on Airbnb-style rentals
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Water recycling: Can desalination fix Barcelona’s water crisis?
Barcelona is leaning on Europe’s largest desalination plant as drought squeezes water supplies.
Barcelona residents face eviction as Sagrada Familia Basilica completion approaches
Since work began 141 years ago, the Sagrada Família has become almost as famous for its endless works as for its magnificent architecture. Now nearby residents face being evicted if the construction is completed, but are doubtful a decision be made before this month's key local elections.