Gastronomic heritage elements at UNESCO: problems, reflections on and interpretations of a new heritage category
Ethnological Values and Opportunities for Establishing a Heritage Policy around Tuna-trapping in Andalusia (Spain)
Impression of the semi-rural township of Inanda, north of Durban (eThekwini Municipality).
Screenshot of eNanda Online, English version of homepage.
Filming a practice session of the Inanda Mass Choir, Mzinyathi area, Inanda.
‘Spot and Pull’ Tuna Trap of Conil (Cádiz), 1765. Hand-drawn map where the stages of this kind of fishery are explained. The actions and tasks involved are represented in a two part sequence (the first operations are drawn at the top, the following ones at the bottom). The look-out towers (torres vigía) are shown.
Tuna fishing - a reflection by Salvador Dali on the struggle between Man and Nature along the Iberian Mediterranean coast. (304 x 404 cms)
Quema [burning] de Juan y Juana festival (St John’s Day) has traditionally marked the end of the inbound fishing season. It is still celebrated today by the group of workers from Huelva province employed at the Zahara de los Atunes fishery, in the town of Barbate in Cadiz province.
An Asian worker cutting and filleting tuna in Barbate: the so-called ronqueo, which is the basis for the species use as food.