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  • Artur Heras presents “No fiction. Obsolescence and permanence in Paintings” at La Nau

    Artur Heras presents “No fiction. Obsolescence and permanence in Paintings” at La Nau

    19 july 2016

    This is one of this season’s greatest exhibitions. Valencian artist Artur Heras exhibits his most recent work at the UV Cultural Centre La Nau, an exhibition under the title “No Fiction” which collects over 400 works (among drawings, paintings, collages, sculptures and multimedia works) which were produced during the last four years.

  • The exhibition ‘Levedad. La Seda y la Mujer de todos los Tiempos’ can already be visited in Las Arenas

    The exhibition ‘Levedad. La Seda y la Mujer de todos los Tiempos’ can already be visited in Las Arenas

    11 july 2016

    The professor of Art History and artist Maria Gómez has made the exhibition dedicated to reflection on silk and woman that opens on Friday 8 July at 20:30 at the Hotel Las Arenas. This exhibition aims to start a cultural and artistic act with the objective of promoting initiatives of “artistic creation” in relation with the Silk Road.

  • Valuing ‘El Castellet de Turís’

    22 march 2016

    Between the months of March and June 2010, there was an archaeological intervention in the set of constructions commonly known as El Castellet, in Turís (Valencia).  Thanks to these works, they have demonstrated that this Muslim-based edification played an important role in the defence of Valencian territory during approximately 500 years (from the 11th to the 15th Century) both during the Muslim era and after the Christian conquer. .

  • Sagunto will be the Valencian Capital of the Romanisation

    9 march 2016

    The Corts Valencianes pass today the document by which the city of Sagunto will be appointed Valencian Capital of the Romanisation. To the act will attend the authorities of Sagunto, as well as representatives of the collectives related to the Archaeological Heritage of the city..

  • Vilafamés request help to the Valencian Government to preserve its heritage

    4 march 2016

    Carmen Amoraga, general director of Culture and Heritage of the Valencian Government visited yesterday the city of Vilafamés, has requested to the Valencian Government financial investment that allows for preserving the historic quarter. The mayor of Vilafamés, Abel Ibáñez, and the councillor for Culture, Longi Gil, transmit to Amaroga that its municipality concentrates a great cultural heritage of singular interest, it even includes elements declared Bien de Interés Cultural (Asset of Cultural Interest - BIC).

  • Saint Nicholas Church of Valencia, Restored

    22 february 2016

    One of the most emblematic churches in the city of Valencia has recovered its splendor after being restored. San Nicolas and Baroque frescos captivate visitors.

 
 
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