3rd TAPAS OUTING

Traditionally, the 8th of December, is for many “sevillanos” the start of the Christmas season and the assemblage of Nativity scenes.   This is a time-honored tradition that still lives today and can be seen in houses, churches and cultural associations. Nativity scenes can consist of miniature to life-sized figures, but are not exclusively limited…

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PAVILIONS OF 29

The Ibero-american Exposition of 1929 led to the growth of the city following almost parallel lines to the flow of the Guadalquivir. From this opening towards the south the city is conserved notable evidence such as the Maria Luisa Park or the immense Palmera Avenue. But there also remains some of the characteristic pavilions that…

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Maria-Luisa-Park

At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, Seville experienced great urbanistic changes that modernized the city and caused it to grow, fundamentally, towards the south.  These changes were promoted primarily by the celebration of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 that brought with it the reurbanization of lands lying outside…

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SAN BERNARDO

Surrounded by history! San Bernardo, in the same neighborhood where Giralda Center is now located, has always been associated with bull-fighting and cradle of many of its great figures.  The second bullring in the city was erected among its streets: the Monumental, an ambitious construction promoted by the bullfighter José Gómez Ortega “Gallito”. A fundamental…

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