Cultura

Holy Week is just around the corner and therefore we have one of the churches with more history of the city, also home to one of our brotherhoods in the Holy Week (procesiones). It is the Church of Santa Catalina, located in calle Alhóndiga, in the heart of the city. This church is a Gothic-Mudejar...
Today we bring to the blog a little controversial post. We want to talk about the royal marriages of the Middle Ages, but not only from a historical point of view. We are going to analyze the details and secrets of all these marriages. Is everything as formal as it seems? The truth is that among...
Have you ever heard of "cigarreras"? These women manufactured cigars and cigarretes during the 19th century,  and paved the way for the rest of Spanish women.  We must thank them for their work, because after them, many women were able to work and find their place in a labor market dominated by men...
When talking about the Jewish quarter of Seville, it is always associated with the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, with its narrow streets and thousands of corners to discover. However, the Jewish quarter encompasses much more than this well-known Sevillian neighborhood. Would you like to join us for a...
Today, we are back with another #FavMonument: The Casa Consistorial of Seville. Best known as the City Hall of Seville, is one of the most emblematic constructions in the whole city. It has a unique style that we love, as it has been under constant renovations, going through different expansions...
A few days ago we went on an excursion to Huelva and among other places we visited La Rábida, in Palos de la Frontera, where the Monastery and the Muelle de las Carabelas are located, two essential places to visit if you are interested in discovering the new world, the history, navigation or...

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