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Port de Sóller

I went to Port de Sóller yesterday, trying to recapture a street scene that had been photographed in 1962 by Alfred Eisenstaedt, and later published by Life Magazine. Alfred Eisenstaedt […]
Port de Sóller

The Living Dead

Spain and, indeed, the whole world of Catholic faith is celebrating its dead today, November 1st. Some dead are dearly remembered whilst others may be forgotten. Kenneth Cromar Tilman found […]
The Living Dead

The Show Goes On

Coinciding with the 70th birthday of John Winston Lennon (1940-1980), the XI Fira Internacional del Disc a Mallorca will be held at Palma Arena from tomorrow until Sunday (October 8th […]
The Show Goes On

Weather Vane

Abraham Cresques and his son Jehuda Cresques are two eminent cartographers of maritime maps and portolan charts from the 14th century. Their most famous single work may well be the […]
Weather Vane

Megalomania

Cemeteries are rather peculiar places. They are not only sites of reverence for the deceased, perhaps a family member, but, they also are a testament of times gone by and, […]
Megalomania