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« on: July 25, 2007, 16:13 PM »
Huge selection of photos of old Spain sent in by the public here. http://www.20minutos.es/museo-virtual/foto/951/tag/playas/

This one from La Playa de Fuengirola in the 1950s shows a Cenachero de Málaga selling sardines. This one from La Playa de Fuengirola in the 1950s shows a cenachero de Málaga selling sardines. The disappeared Cenacheros were ambulant fish sellers. Today they have been relegated to a folkloric symbol in Malaga.


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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2007, 16:24 PM »
And specifically on Malaga this interesting collection. Right-hamd menu for more images

http://malaga.rebuscando.info/
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http://iberianature.com/barcelona/history-of-barcelona/spanish-civil-war-tour-in-barcelona/
Spanish Civil War Tours in Barcelona
http://www.iberianature.com/
A guide to the environment, climate, wildlife, & nature of Spain
The Amazon/Forum Bookshop - lend us a hand
http://www.iberianatureforum.com/shop/index.htm
And also now The Natural History of Britain
http://iberianature.com/brita

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« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2007, 13:05 PM »
Thanx for that, Nick.

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cenacho
(Del ár. hisp. sanná?).

1. m. Espuerta de esparto o palma, con una o dos asas, que sirve para llevar carne, pescado, hortalizas, frutas o cosas semejantes.

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espuerta
(Del lat. sp?rta).

1. f. Especie de cesta de esparto, palma u otra materia, con dos asas, que sirve para llevar de una parte a otra escombros, tierra u otras cosas semejantes.

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