Tag Archives: Galicia

Bilateral Meeting MTN with our partners from Gent (Belgium)

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Final Meeting “More than Neighbours!” in Chemnitz

The Senior University of A Coruña (Spain) has been involved in the Grundtvig Learning Partnership “More than Neighbours!” from 2011, with partners in Italy, Belgium, Poland, Czech Republic and Germany. An Spanish delegation of learners and staff from the Senior … Continue reading

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Getting to know better our partners by the local gastronomy

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Industrial Heritage in Galicia: “A Magadalena” Tannery in Betanzos, A Coruña

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Watermills in Xubia and As Aceñas

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The Irish Itinerary 2013 in A Coruña

In the framework of the Irish Presidency of the European Council, a course about Irish Language and Culture entitled “Irish Itinerary 2013” will take place in April (23th and 30th). It’s organized by Europe Direct A Coruña in collaboration with EFACIS … Continue reading

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Technical Heritage: A book about the old cinemas in Galicia

The Cultural Foundation “Fundación Barrié de la Maza” of A Coruña has published a book entitled “Cines de Galicia”. This book examines the evolution of the architecture of the cinemas and other rooms for film showings. The study begins with … Continue reading

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