Weekly street market in Mula
Saturday is market day in Mula: fresh fruit and veg and a range of other goods For many expats and visitors, one of the great joys of shopping in Spain is the opportunity to buy fresh products and bargain clothes in the weekly local markets, which..

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The Teatro Lope de Vega in Mula
A public building used for theatrical, musical and cinematographic events The Teatro Lope de Vega in Mula serves both as theatre and cinema and has been the main theatre in the town of Mula since the first building with this name was constructed..

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Sala Municipal de Exposiciones del Hospital, Mula
This exhibition space shares a building with the Municipal Archive and public library of Mula The municipal archive of Mula is on the lower ground floor of a building located in the Plaza del Hospital, on the left-hand side of the road which crosses..

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Artist Cristóbal Gabarrón in the Casa Pintada, Mula
The Casa Pintada is home to a permanent exhibition of works by this Mula-born artist Mula is the home of the Casa Pintada, an exhibition centre dedicated to the work of artist and sculptor Cristóbal Gabarrón, who was born in Mula. Gabarró..

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Scallops for Santiago and sweets for sharing in the Semana Santa processions of Mula
Costaleros struggle to carry their unwieldy burdens through the narrow streets of the old quarter Maundy Thursday: Jueves Santo in Mula Semana Santa in Mula is an intimate affair, the parades winding down through the narrow streets of the..

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A history of Mula
The strategic location and natural resources of Mula shape its rich history Water resources and strategic importance have defined the history of Mula from prehistory to the modern day, its natural water sources and position as the gateway to the..

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La Torre del Reloj, Mula
The clock tower of Mula  The clock tower in Mula is one of the few remaining structures of its kind in the Region of Murcia and was used in a pre-digital era for communication in a largely rural community. This bells chimed out the hour and marked..

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Glorieta Juan Carlos I, Mula
The Glorieta square in Mula is full of character The Glorieta in Mula is an oasis of cooling green shade, with established, mature trees, plants, seating areas and quiet corners, surrounded by a blend of historical and contemporary buildings...

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The Casa Pintada in Mula
The Casa Pintada and Fundación Cristóbal Gabarrón Mula The Casa Pintada in Mula is an essential stop-off point for anyone enjoying a street tour of the historic old quarter of Mula, being not only an attractive and emblematic building in its..

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San Miguel Arcángel art museum in Mula
Museo de Arte de San Miguel Arcángel Right next to the Church of San Miguel in the centre of Mula is the Museo de Arte de San Miguel Arcángel, which holds a collection of religious artworks donated by Pedro Luis Blaya and Pilar de la Canal in 1942..

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Santuario del Niño Jesús de Balate in El Niño de Mula
This small chapel is located 3 km from the centre of Mula This little chapel is located in El Niño de Mula, a small hamlet about 3 kilometres from the centre of Mula. The village owes its name to the figure of El Niño de Balate and a sculpture..

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The church of San Miguel Arcángel in Mula
San Miguel Arcángel is the main parish church of Mula The Iglesia de San Miguel Arcángel (the church of Saint Michael the Archangel) is the main parish church of Mula and is located in the urban centre of the town in Plaza Mayor and opposite..

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Museum of El Cigarralejo, Mula
Museo de Arte Ibérico El Cigarralejo, Mula The El Cigarralejo Museum in Mula houses finds from the El Cigarralejo Iberian site 4 kilometres from the centre of the town, in a strategic position overlooking important prehistoric communications networks..

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 Romería of the Niño de Jesús de Balate in Mula
The story behind the Fiestas de el Niño de Mula Every year Mula celebrates the Fiestas de El Niño de Mula, with a Romería in two stages: the "bajada", in which the image of the Niño de Mula is carried down from his sanctuary into the..

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Mula castle, el Castillo de los Vélez
Mula, Fortaleza de la familia Fajardo This castle is the foremost landmark of the city of Mula, perched on top of the hill which protects Mula from its neighbours to the north, dominating the skyline with the town at its feet. It was built..

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The castle of Alcalá in Mula
Mula, el Castillo de Alcalá The town of Mula as we know it today owes its location to the Moorish invasion and occupation of southern Spain, which began in this area in 713 AD with the Pact of Tudmir and effectively ended in 1243 with the treaty..

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Semana Santa in Mula
Easter Week in Mula includes the Tamborada Once heard, never forgotten! The Semana Santa celebrations in Mula combine the typical religious processions found throughout the Region of Murcia with the Night of the Drums (Noche de los Tambores..

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The Roman villa of Los Villaricos in Mula
Mula, Villa Romano de Los Villaricos The municipality of Mula is the location of a major, large scale Roman agricultural villa in the area of Los Villaricos, close to the banks of the River Mula. This is one of the most important villas of its..

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