Their role was more complex and varied than the popular stereotypes depicting them as nuns, aristocrats or sinners
Two stone tools found in the world-famous archeological site in northern Spain provide answers about its early inhabitants
During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, encounters between African and Spanish kingdoms were largely a relationship of equals
After more than 100 days of closure, the opera house pulled off a skilled return, with a full choir and orchestra observing the safety measures necessary in the Covid-19 era
A campaign has been launched against the political incorrectness of the chocolate brand‘s mascot amid growing support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement. EL PAÍS's El Comidista food blog looks at what's changing both in Spain and abroad
The unusual event was meant as a reflection on Spain's three-month lockdown and its impact on human activity
Thousands of artifacts, including bronze cannons, silverware and candelabras, have been excavated from the frigate which made headlines after a US treasure hunting company removed 600,000 coins from the wreck
The prestigious prize has been collectively bestowed on doctors, nurses and other personnel who fought the pandemic, sometimes "without suitable equipment or material means"
New research from the University of Barcelona looks at the parallels between the current pandemic and the disease that swept across the Byzantine Empire 1,500 years ago
Research shows that the town of Driebes in Guadalajara province could be where the battle between the Carthaginians and the Carparthians was fought in 220 B.C.
Recent excavations have revealed the site at the Torreparedones archeological park had an amphitheater as well as markets, public baths and a forum
Pablo Delcán translates complex ideas with simple brushstrokes, be it for the prestigious magazine, a Sigur Rós concert poster or a Nabokov book cover