By Rosie Frost
A small village with just 1,400 residents in Cádiz, Spain is hoping to get one of its nighttime activities recognised as a cultural treasure by the United Nations.Contents hide • ocultar
Spanish Mayor bids for village tradition to be given UNESCO heritage status
As temperatures rise throughout summer, pulling up a chair in the cool evenings and chatting to your friends or neighbours out in the street is a common activity in Algar. Relishing the cool evening air is a chance for its residents to share gossip, offload their worries and find out what’s new with village life that day.
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