Cultura

  The El Rocío pilgrimage is the most famous in the region and probably in Spain, Attracting every year nearly a million people from almost every town of Andalucía and the entire country. Spain has many pilgrimages in different places, but the El Rocio has cult status, and is the most important and...
FINE ARTS MUSEUM OF SEVILLE: The building where the museum is located was founded as a Museum in 1835. It's located at Plaza of the Museum, where was the Convent of the Merced Calzada. The seventeenth century building began to be a museum of Fine Arts in 1841, but had three major interventions...
If you come to Seville Flamenco is a must, a thing you have to do or watch. Probably you could watch a good Flamenco show in Barcelona or Madrid but the right place to do so is without doubt Andalusia (Sevilla, Cadiz or Granada) because Flamenco was born here, where it was developed thanks to the...
Sevilla is an amazing city full of history and impressive monuments, but today we could like to talk about waht to do in the most beautiful city in the world beside those typical things and "must" you already know. 5. A Picnic in Maria Luisa Park Here in Seville we can enjoy almost everyday of the...
In a previous post we told you about the life of this famous and illustrious Sevillian painter from the 17th century. Today, we want to tell you what happened after his death and the mystery of the location of his remains. Painting one of his works for a church in the province of Cádiz, Bartolomé...
Previously in our blog, we told you one of the legends of the Holy Cross Neighbourhood, the legend of Calle Vida (Life Street). And, how we promised, this time we bring you another legend of this emblematic neighbourhood of a charming city: Seville.   Street of the Death or Susona Street. First,...

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