Pasajes de San Juan Things to Do

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    The dolphin

    by zizu Updated Apr 11, 2005

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    If you arrive these days to Pasaia, you can see a dolphin in our bay.
    This dolphin was living in Donostia, but maybe It thinks Pasaia is a better place to live. :-D

    30/03/05
    What a tragedy!
    Pakito, the dolphin, has died. Despite the reasons are not clear, maybe his slungs were sick. It´s an autenthique pity!

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    Care with the hole

    by zizu Written Jul 14, 2004

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    I don´t know if it is a work of Manifesta, but it´s an original way to denouncing the condition of the soil. You were finding it when you go to Astilleros Azkorreta, one of the locations of Manifesta.

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    Manifesta

    by zizu Updated Jul 14, 2004

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    Artist in this location is Jan De Cock

    Manifesta, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, was initiated, and is supported, by the International Foundation Manifesta (IFM), with offices in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The IFM aims to create opportunities for artists to present their work in a non-competitive environment and to facilitate the emergence of new ideas and forms of artistic expression. Manifesta explores the entire mental and geographical territory of Europe and aims to establish a close dialogue between specific cultural and artistic situations and the broader, international context of contemporary art, theory and politics in a changing society. To this end, Manifesta has opted for a nomadic existence, relocating its operational base to a different city or region of Europe every two years (1996 Rotterdam, 1998 Luxembourg, 2000 Ljubljana, 2002 Frankfurt am Main, 2004 Donostia-San Sebastian). Thus, it embodies the notion of a constantly expanding network, based on the transfer of ‘know how’, as a product of work in progress. The concept of Manifesta is re-examined, each time that the biennial moves on to a new city or region. As an outward expression of this process of renewal, the Board of the IFM and its new partners appoint a fresh tem of curators from different parts of Europe, at the start of each new biennium.
    There are two locations in Pasaia; Astilleros Azkorreta in Pasai San Pedro, and Casa Ciriza in Pasai San Pedro too.

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    Watch the river...

    by Maillekeukeul Written May 10, 2005

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    Calm and quiet during this sunset, the flow of the river was only disturbed from time to time by the passing of some rowing men ...

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    The passages of Pasaia

    by Maillekeukeul Written May 10, 2005

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    As Pasaia (the basque name of Pasajes) means "passages", you won't be surprised to find some nice passages all along the town of San Juan...

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