Latest Valencian Community Stories
A research study, in which Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is taking part, has concluded that traditionally irrigated Mediterranean landscape has suffered an important loss of the cultural and ecological patrimony that it holds, especially as a result of the modernization of the traditional watering networks established throughout this countryside.
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla., Feb. 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A standing room only crowd was on hand to mark the official grand opening of the magnificent new clubhouse at Valencia Reserve, the popular active adult community in Boynton Beach.
NEW YORK, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Santiago Calatrava, world-renowned architect, artist and engineer, presented his final design for the World Trade Center Transportation Hub during a press conference on Friday, May 8th at the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute.
Ryanair has announced the closure of its base at Valencia in Spain following the refusal of the Comunitat Valenciana to engage in constructive discussions in relation to the promotion of the airport and its routes across the airline's network in Europe.
Gas Natural Cegas, the distribution company of Gas Natural, has reaffirmed its commitment to invest in the expansion of distribution network in the community of Valencia, Spain.
By Philip Pullella and Jane Barrett VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - Pope Benedict urged Spain on Saturday to defend traditional values in a country where the Catholic church and Socialist government have clashed head-on over the legalization of gay marriage.
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - Pope Benedict made the first stop of his trip to Spain on Saturday at the metro station where an underground train derailed this week to pray for 42 people killed and dozens of injured and bereaved.
By Jane Barrett VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - Thousands of pilgrims from around the world crowded into Valencia to welcome Pope Benedict to a family fiesta on Saturday but the mood was torn between celebration and sadness after this week's train crash.
By Ana Perez VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - A Spanish underground train was traveling at twice the speed limit when it derailed and killed 41 people, a Valencia city official said on Tuesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - A Spanish underground train was traveling at twice the speed limit when it derailed and killed 41 people, a Valencia city official said on Tuesday.
- A trick or prank.