Seville History & Architecture

Seville Traditions: Holy Week

Share Crowds of locals and tourists gather from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday for Holy Week in Seville. Beginning in the Middle Ages, the tradition honors the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ through processions and music. “They’ve been waiting all year. For them, it’s very important,” said Mónica González Sanz, a local of Seville.…

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Experience Granada through poet Federico García Lorca’s eyes

Share Federico García Lorca is arguably Spain’s greatest and most famous poet-playwright. During his career, he wrote over a dozen collections of poetry and just as many plays. Lorca wrote on themes of love, tragedy and identity. He is remembered for his depictions of Andalusian and Gypsy culture. Granada was where he grew up and…

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