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#FAVMONUMENT: ALAMEDA DE HÉRCULES It’s been a while since we’ve posted about our #FAVMONUMENT. We’re back now and this week we have a new favorite place, situated in the historic centre of Seville that we would like to share with you. Some of you may have heard of it, others not... It is Alameda De...
Flamenco, born in the South of Spain and only 100 % Andalusian... This expression of art has been through many occasions throughout the years. Flamenco started to appear in the 15th Century with the Gypsies and the Golden Age of Flamenco lasted for 50 years from 1860 until 1910. This was thanks to...
Streets with lanterns, booths, horses, food, gitana dresses, dancing, a good talk, happiness and laughter...We call it Feria de Abril (April’s Fair)! It is a profane festival that’s celebrated two weeks after Semana Santa (Holy Week). This year it’s the 3rd time it won’t take place in April as a...
This year we had our annual Semana Santa, maybe better known as Easter Week or Holy Week.It’s something many people are looking forward to and do tons of preparations for this festivity. It’s an important celebration for the local and religious people. Also many tourists come to Spain during this...
La Isla de La Cartuja belongs to Seville, but as a tourist it would never occur to visit the place. Me, as a person who only lives in Seville for one monthmade me wonderwhat you can do or see there since it’s not that popular. Though, if you take the typical Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour they will take...
Did you know that Seville is also known for the famous opera “Carmen”? It became internationally popular and is a stage play that still happens today. The image of her appeals many visitors to the city. Now, who was she? Was she a real person? And what are the connections between the girl and...

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