Monumentos

The term sambenito is a shorthand for Saco Bendito, a coarse cloth garment worn by penitents in the Middle Ages for acts of public penance (which would later lead to the tunics of the Nazarenes of Holy Week). The Inquisition adopts this clothing, the blessed sack, and uses it to distinguish and...
I think we are all familiar with the word archeology and its meaning, in fact, it is quite common to visit archaeological remains in our cities and surroundings as we are fortunate to have numerous sites both in Andalusia and in the rest of Spain. However, when we talk about underwater acheology,...
Today we want to continue with our #BeyondTheWall challenge to find some of the wonders of Seville that few people know about. Beyond the wall, that is, beyond the limits that tourism does not cross and that even the Sevillians consider of little value, there are priceless and very unknown jewels....
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 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...
Ronda, without a doubt, is one of the most popular towns in Andalusia. And one of the excursions that you demand the most from us from Seville. What is the popularity of this small municipality in the mountains of Malaga? Probably to the spectacular of its views, and the routes you can do from...

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