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The Theater Goes, but the Art Stays

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The Teatro de Princesa is a thing of the past. Literally, it’s gone. The amazing thing now is that it’s removal has unveiled the work of Valencia’s most ubiquitous street artist, whom we plan on introducing soon in the blog. Why would he create these images, if he thought nobody going would see it? Was he just practicing? Or… more conspiratorially, did he know the theater might burn down?

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August 18, 2009 at 7:03 pm Comments (0)

Almirante Cadarso: The Monuments of Fallas 2009

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5th Place

2008 Ranking: 6th Place

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“¡Lligeu-vos els cinturons!”

The monument of Almirante Cadarso-Conde Altea (location) featured a carload of Spaniards traveling to Spain — only to encounter a group of aliens which already know all about low-cost tourism.

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With a keen eye towards politics and current affairs, Almirante Cadarso was able to wrap up 5th place. Those versed in contemporary Spanish & Valencian news would have no problem spotting the various figures which appeared: Zapatero, just finishing up a satisfying dump; Judge Garzón with belt (in reference to the Caso Gürtel); Davids Villa & Silva resignedly hauling away their packed bags (Valencians take it as a given that their best soccer players are not long for the club).

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Overall, it was a monument which impressed with its size and scope. Well done!


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