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JOVENES 2014
19 December 2014

Tour Cofrade, a new route in the neighborhood of Triana


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Hotels Monte welcomes this new initiative, wishing them every success and thanking the extraordinary work in promoting our city.

 tour_cofrade_sevilla On December 12, the delegate of Triana, Francisco Perez and director Cofrade Tour, Javier Mendez, accompanied by the representatives of the brotherhoods, presented this new tourism initiative, Tour Cofrade Triana .

The City Council has recognized the initiative with the Tourism Award Sevilla that comes after the success of Tour Cofrade Sevilla.

Visit the Basilica of the Cub, the Parroquia de la O, the Chapel of the Star, the Chapel of the Mariners or the workshop of the sculptor Jesús Méndez Lastrucci, all in a three-hour route coordinated by guides degree in History and Art History. This is what provides both tourists and Seville, the Tour Cofrade Triana project.

Hotels Monte welcomes this new initiative, wishing them every success and thanking the extraordinary work in promoting our city.

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18 December 2014

The Nutcracker at the Teatro Colon in Huelva


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Hotel Monte Conquero, very close to the Gran Teatro Colon in Huelva, recommends this innovative version of the classic ballet “The Nutcracker”.

 usmanov_ballet With a cast of the most successful Russian figure skaters and walkers, the Gran Teatro Colón de Huelva presented today December 18 this production of Usmanov Classical Russian Ballet .

The Nutcracker is a fairy tale-ballet structured in two acts, which was commissioned by the director of the Imperial Theatres Ivan Vsevolozhsky in 1891 and was released in 1892. The music was composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky between 1891 and 1892. In the original production was created choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov.

The originality of this show lies in the incorporation of ice skaters and circus elements with classical dancers. The development of the show will not fail to surprise the audience with tricks and unimaginable effects in a theatrical setting.

Gran Teatro de Huelva – C / Vázquez López, 13 Huelva

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17 December 2014

Sevilla opens the Christmas mapping


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For the fourth consecutive year, Sevilla opens his Christmas mapping. The Hotel Monte Carmelo and Monte Triana Hotel are pleased to recommend this show full of magic and fantasy.

 mapping The facade of Ayuntamiento de Sevilla , will once again display projection “ mapping ,” a technique that involves creating images or videos that are projected onto three-dimensional objects, architectural constructions, engineering, and almost any surface, making in a dynamic video display with an accompanying sound (music or sounds).

In its fourth edition, with to gua main axis, with a renewed aesthetic , with new multimedia effects, with small star as the protagonist and two surprises. Here’s the mapping that from this December 17 , will be displayed plateresca on the facade of City Hall. The show’s name is Water Dreams .

Among the most innovative aspects of this edition is the incorporation-type comic illustrations and the appearance of mythological creatures and gigantic beings, like a great dragon that will shake the building, forming a truly spectacular scene. This initiative has become a claim and one of the great attractions of Seville Christmas.

It will be seen until next January 5 , at 19:00, 20:00 and 21:00 (Sunday to Thursday) and 19:00, 20:00, 21:00 and 22:00 (Friday and Saturday). On 24 and 31 December will pass at 19:00 and 20:00.

Facade of City Hall Plaza San Francisco – Sevilla

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16 December 2014

KPMG event at the Hotel Monte Malaga


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Late Note: This event has been postponed date to be determined.

KPMG Economic Andalucía and Landaluz organized ‘Key Financial Information and Fiscal 2014′ , a double day first celebrated on December 17 in Seville and two days later, on December 19, in the Hotel Monte Malaga . The seminars will be attended by Nicolás Sierra, partner in charge of KPMG Andalucía; Ramón Wallet, socio Audit office of KPMG in Spain Málaga; and Thomas de la Cruz, CEO of Economic Andalusia, among others.

The program for this event includes:

– Focus on forthcoming regulatory initiatives on accounting policies.

– Video-interview with the president of the ICAC, Ana María Martínez-Pina, the partner in charge of Professional Practice of KPMG, Enrique Asla.

– Highlights of impairment of assets.

– Main ICAC inquiries.

-New relevant in the tax area.

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax and financial advice and business in 155 countries.

The Hotel Monte Malaga is proud to have been chosen for this important event for a major consulting firms.

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15 December 2014

Mafalda Thermal Malaga


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Hotel Monte Malaga recommend this immersion in mood vignettes Mafalda. The exhibition hall Thermal and celebrates its 50th birthday.

 Mafalda_web The Angoulême International Comics Festival and in collaboration with the Alliance Française de Málaga, in the production of the exhibition opened last December 11 in Thermal celebrate 50 years of Mafalda .

The popular original character Quino , in half a century, has won several generations of readers who still appreciate, today, this cartoon considered both timeless and universal.

Designed for all audiences, the show is a real immersion in the world of Mafalda, with reproductions of some of the most popular cartoons by Quino and an amazing three-dimensional reproduction of domestic spaces in which the character shares everyday life with his family, cooking, living and the fourth heroin become the stage where Mafalda own greets visitors and gives a good account of their concerns, from international politics to equality of women through the UN, Pope, Fidel Castro, radio and chess. The fidelity of this recreation is amazing and rich in details like the world map that Mafalda care as a sick and plants so carefully protects the child’s father organized attacks against ants. There are also panels dedicated to all the friends and family of Mafalda, and attractive enough to please both lovers of the work of Quino as those who until now have not paid much attention.

Thermal Exhibition Hall. Avenida de Guindos, 29004. 48. December 11 to February 15, 2015.

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14 December 2014

Ceramics Museum of Triana


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In the neighborhood of Triana, where our Monte Carmelo and Monte Triana Hotel is located, is the Museum of Ceramics of Triana, showroom and popular resort area of Seville.

 Museo_de_la_Cerámica Linking Triana , with pottery comes from the popular character this old Seville quarter, with the iconic ceramics factory Santa Ana , one of the last centers of ceramic production of Seville.

In order to represent the history of the pottery tradition in this neighborhood, the Ayuntamiento de Sevilla , decided in 2014 to reform the old factory and establish in it the nerve center of reception, interpretation and structuring of the visit to the neighborhood of Triana.

Factory Ceramic Santa Ana is acquired by Antonio Gómez, industrialist clay for pottery production in 1870, moving to his widow, be known as the Widow factory Gomez. In 1906 Manuel factory Corbato be called, being run by this. In 1920 is when this happens the brother, Manuel Montero Asquith and in 1939 the brothers Rodríguez Díaz regentarán calling Ceramic Santa Ana, to be in the neighborhood Parish of Santa Ana, commanded to build by Alfonso X the Wise.

The set included a factory building with seven furnaces that had been in use until just under a decade, and the factory facilities, warehouses, wells and pigment deposits. The furnaces were restored and put in value and tours and relationships of the various professions that pooled in the same location were retained.

The center shows on the ground floor a permanent exhibition on Seville ceramics and upstairs specialized documentation center and a space for interpretation and guide to tourist itineraries of Triana.

Ceramics Museum of Triana C / Antillean Campos, 14 – Sevilla

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13 December 2014

The Russian Imperial Ballet at the Teatro Falla de Cádiz


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A night at the ballet can be part of an intimate evening with family or friends. The Hotel Monte Puertatierra proposes to start off the evening or an afternoon stroll through the center of Cadiz with this entertaining proposal.

 Don-Quixote-ballet-imperial-Russian Today, December 13th, is presented in the Gran Teatro Falla Cádiz Don Quijote production, by the company Imperial Russian Ballet .

Don Quijote , based on the novel of the immortal Miguel de Cervantes , choreography and libretto by Marius Petipa and music by Ludwig Minkus, was released on December 14, 1869 at the Imperial Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow .

Ludwig Minkus, of Austrian origin, had composed music for the ballet Paquita, premiered in Paris in 1846. Upon moving to Russia in 1869, he began his collaboration with choreographer Marius Petipa. The first year of work set out the ballet Don Quixot , which was released that same year at the Bolshoi Theatre and later restored to St. Petersburg. The music for ballets performed Minkus was adapted to the requirements of the choreographers who commissioned the work; were generally very rhythmic parts, easy to understand and very melodic themes.

In Petipa ballet performances from the twentieth century, most ballet companies reduce the work to a prologue and three acts, so that only part of the whole piece of music composed using by Minkus.

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12 December 2014

Red Wharf. English Route legacy in Huelva


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The Hotel Monte Conquero offers one more chapter of the secret corners of Huelva. The Legacy English, represented here by the Quay Red, an interesting industrial development of the nineteenth century.

The purchase, in the late nineteenth century mining of the Rio Tinto by the British company Rio Tinto Company Limited and the needs of this by the transformation and transport of mineral, Huelva converted to an eminently fishing village into an industrial city.

Among the many traces left this symbiosis, the English in Huelva , one of the most characteristic but not the only, was the so-called Dock Tinto .

 Spring-the-Tinto The Dock is really about the Odiel river and not on Tinto, built between 1874 and 1876 to download at the port of Huelva the extracted ore Mine Rio Tinto to the north of the province of Huelva is located in the southwestern corner of the city, about 3 kms from our Hotel Monte Conquero , south dock lift, with a total length of 1,165 meters partly on the Odiel river and partly on land. It is the endpoint of the path of the railway from the mines transported the ore to the city. It was built on filled in the marsh, by the mining company near the estuary of Goals land and on the Odiel river by English engineers Sir George Barclay Bruce and Thomas Gibson.

It remained in service until 1975, when from May ships began using a new facility in the nearby port of Huelva estimated that during the years of operation embarked from him more than 150 million tons of ore. A few years later was divided into two so that he could pass a road parallel to the river. Over the next five years it was abandoned so its deterioration was obvious throughout those years.

The restoration was undertaken in 2006, in two tranches, by both the City Council and the Ministry of Development of Spain and ended in its first phase in February 2007 with an investment of 14 million euros. That rehabilitation would be complete when the boardwalk in the dock area (by the Port Authority) and reconstruction of the segment that was dismantled for the construction of the road, which would permanently close the traffic in the area to be conditioned.

A look at the estuary and ocean beyond from this bastion of nineteenth-century industrialization is a sight worth an afternoon stroll cleared of Huelva.

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11 December 2014

XXI Edition Bethlehem Fair in Seville


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In the center of Seville, a short walk from the Hotel Monte Carmelo Hotel and Monte Triana, Bethlehem Fair is held at this time, a chance to acquire the necessary elements of this beloved tradition.

 belen A pleasant walk, just 15 minutes walk from our hotel Monte Carmelo and Monte Triana in the environment of the Archivo de Indias and the Cathedral.

Year after year the Bethlehem Fair of Seville is becoming a national benchmark, developed in the historic center of the city, where to find everything you need, figures, buildings, materials, accessories, books, and even sweets to celebrate so ingrained tradition.

Organized by the Association of Merchants of Bethlehem, twenty commercial and craft booths and fourteen exhibitors in the sample will remain open until December 23 at Avda. De la Constitución and Fray Ceferino González from Monday Friday from 10:30 to 14:00 am and from 17:00 to 21:00 hours. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 11:00 to 15:00 and 16:00 to 21:00.

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10 December 2014

ADRIAN GHENIE in the CAC Malaga


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Adrian Ghenie, an exhibition that presents the CAC Malaga. A young artist who has exhibited in major museums and galleries around the world. The Hotel Monte Malaga recommends this interesting proposal.

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On December 12, 2014 to March 8, 2015, the CAC Contemporary Art Centre of Malaga presents the first solo exhibition in a Spanish museum Adrian Ghenie.

Born in Romania and living in Berlin, ADRIAN GHENIE (1977) is a graduate of the University of Art and Design in Cluj (2001). Already stated at the Centre Georges Pompidou, the Hammer Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent.

In the exhibition curated by Fernando Francés will see thirty paintings of small and large format, the most important thing that has taken place in a European museum to date. The artist recreates in his work similar to the film, one of their main sources of inspiration environment. Other references are taken into account in their work are the different historical episodes of Europe, especially in the twentieth century. The Cold War or World War II, as happens with prominent personalities of that time, are approached from a different and unique prism with autobiographical touches.

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