Triana and Sevilla, Sevilla and Triana. The relationship between the two still conjures up something of the mythological idyll full of encounters and disillusions that Hercules and Astarte lived along the shores of the Guadalquivir. Over time they became united: first with boat launches and later with the bridge that remains today made of cast iron, symbolic portal to the bohemian outskirts. We propose crossing the river and wondering inside this cradle of Flamenco and ceramics of Seville, to discover its communal patios, the origins of the popular aromas and flavors that the entire neighborhood exudes, the Church of Santa Ana, or the remains of the ancient school of mariners, the permanent link between the river and the home of the Esperanza de Triana, Virgen of the Sailors.
- Date: June 10,2019
- Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
- Organizer Name: Departamento de Español
- Phone: 615652890
- Email: email@example.com
- Venue Name: Spain Madrid