Monumentos

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,...
If you visit the Royal Alcazar of Seville, on your way out you will find yourself in the Patio de Banderas. If you do not take another step and, still inside the courtyard, you go to the right, you will find the entrance to the Judería Street. Narrow and with air of being enchanted, it takes us to...
As we promised in the previous post of the Catholic Kings, this time we bring you one dedicated to the Holy Spanish Inquisition. Before starting, it is better that you forget everything you thought you knew about this institution. Today, we will kill a myth. We will tell you a truth that, perhaps,...
The Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 was an international exhibition that took place in Seville in 1929 and aimed to strengthen relations between the countries of the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) with the countries of Latin America and the United States, although other countries, such as...
Life Bartolomé was born in 1617, being the youngest of a family of fourteen brothers. His father, Gaspar Esteban, was a well-to-do barber, surgeon and bleeder who was sometimes treated as a bachelor. His mother, María Pérez Murillo, came from a family of silversmiths and counted among his close...

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