San Sebastián

What is San Sebastián known for?


holding public

to use, ever since the outlawing, a plethora of local lists. Most of these lists were considered to be a front for Batasuna by the Spanish Supreme Court. This decision was confirmed by the Spanish Constitutional Court. The ban prohibits their representatives from contesting elections, holding public demonstrations or rallies and freezes their assets. On the 26th the Spanish parliament voted for an indefinite ban, 295 to 10. The party's main offices in Pamplona were closed by the police


powerful compositions

for mezzo-soprano and orchestra, are perhaps the finest works he produced in Germany. Two short but powerful compositions for chorus and orchestra, ''Maite'' (‘Our Lady’, from the 1946 film ''Jai-Alai'') and ''¡Ay, tierra vasca!'' (1956) retain their place in the hearts of his Basque countrymen. Taichung, Taiwan Career Ramon Lazkano


traditional event

Concha ''. Thousands of supporters coming from these coastal locations pour into the city's streets and promenades overlooking the bay to follow the event, especially on the Sunday of the final race. All day long the streets of the Old Part play host to droves of youths clad in their team colours who party there in a cheerful atmosphere. Santa Ageda Bezpera Saint Agatha's Eve is a traditional event taking place at the beginning of February or end of January in many spots of the Basque


rock scenes

River Oria and overlooked by Uzturre, a white cross-topped mountain. Spain's largest and oldest rock music scenes are in Madrid and Barcelona. There are also large rock scenes in the large cities of the Basque Country (Basque Country (autonomous community)) such as Bilbao and San Sebastián, and in Valencia (Valencia, Spain), but bands and venues exist throughout the country. Born at San Sebastián, he was an Ethics professor at the University of the Basque


culture news

; Despite the city’s small size, events such as the San Sebastián International Film Festival have given it an international dimension. San Sebastián, along with Wrocław, Poland, will be the European Capital of Culture in 2016.


event taking

Concha ''. Thousands of supporters coming from these coastal locations pour into the city's streets and promenades overlooking the bay to follow the event, especially on the Sunday of the final race. All day long the streets of the Old Part play host to droves of youths clad in their team colours who party there in a cheerful atmosphere. Santa Ageda Bezpera Saint Agatha's Eve is a traditional event taking place at the beginning of February or end of January in many spots of the Basque


current world

the current world record of 6.14 metres in 1994 after some commentators had already predicted the decline of the great sportsman. Bubka increased the world record by 21 centimetres (8 inches) in the 4 years between 1984 and 1988, more than other pole vaulters had achieved in the previous 12 years. He cleared 6.00 meters or better on 45 occasions, more than all other athletes in history combined (as of 20 April 2009 there have been 42 clearances of 6.00 metres by other athletes). ref


independent title

European Junior Championships San Sebastián, Spain bgcolor "gold" align "center" 1st European Indoor Championships (1977 European Athletics Indoor Championships) San Sebastián, Spain bgcolor "silver" align "center" 2nd thumb right Iñaki Gabilondo (File:Iñaki Gabilondo.jpg) '''José Ignacio Gabilondo Pujol''' (San Sebastián, October 19, 1942) is a Spanish (Spain) journalist, and TV news anchor. Gabilondo started his career at 21 (1963) in Radio Popular (COPE) until 1969, when he became the director of Radio San Sebastián (Cadena SER). Two years later, he directed the news department of Cadena SER Sevilla.


industry writing

that surprisingly won the golden medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics on home soil (Barcelona). She also competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, where Spain finished in 8th and last position. For the last years of his life, he was involved with the Mexican film industry, writing scripts, producing, and directing. In 1959, Altolaguirre returned to Spain to present ''El Cantar de los cantares'' at the San Sebastián Film Festival. On 23 July, after the festival, he


play+sports

. This ride is one of the recreational areas of the city and is popular with people who take the opportunity to walk, run, play sports or cycling. The tranquility of the bay and yacht clubs proximadad of existing beach makes a great place to practice sports such as sailing and canoeing. Furthermore, the beach there are facilities for the practice of other sports like beach volleyball, beach soccer or futvóley (organized tournaments in the summer) and court sports such as basketball, indoor soccer

San Sebastián

'''San Sebastián''' ( Locals call themselves ''donostiarra'' (singular), both in Spanish (Spanish language) ''Donostiarra''. Diccionario de la Real Academia Española. and Basque (Basque language).

The main economic activities are commerce and tourism, and it is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain.

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