Seville

What is Seville known for?


flamenco

, in the Los Remedios neighbourhood. * The Flamenco Art Museum * The Bullfighting Museum, in the La Maestranza bullring (Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla) * The Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, a private collection which contains many of the mosaic floors discovered in the nearby Roman town of Italica. * The "Centro Velázquez" (Velázquez Centre) located at the Old Priests Hospital in the touristic Santa Cruz, Seville Santa Cruz

. Traditionally, women wear elaborate flamenco dresses and men dress in their best suits. The marquees are set up on a permanent fairground in the district of Los Remedios, in which each street is named after a famous bullfighter. Gastronomy File:Gazpacho Cazuela Barro.jpg thumb left Andalusian Gazpacho

Cultural History: A Cultural History url http: books.google.com books?id vVA1reAI7w0C accessdate 8 February 2013 date 13 October 2005 publisher Oxford University Press isbn 978-0-19-518204-0 page 14 The flowers of the tree are a source of neroli oil, commonly used in perfumery and in skin lotions for massage. Music thumb left Flamenco (File:FlamencoSevilla.jpg) dancers Seville had a vibrant rock music scene in the 1970s and 1980s


outstanding success

to him and ordered him to ask priests to dig at the site of the apparition (Marian apparition). Excavating priests rediscovered the hidden statue and built a small shrine around it which evolved into the great Guadalupe monastery. At the outbreak of the Civil War in 1936 Tella, a Major, commanded a column of General Juan Yagüe's Army of Africa (Spanish Army of Africa) in its drive north from Seville. His outstanding success was the Battle of Mérida, on August 11, in which his defence of the city enabled the bulk of Yagüe's army to move against (Battle of Badajoz (1936)) Badajoz without being outflanked. He then took part in the Siege of Madrid. On February 26, 1585 Philip named him viceroy of New Spain to succeed Pedro Moya de Contreras. At this time Manrique de Zúñiga had lived for several years in Seville, where he had gained indirect experience with the Indies. In his case, the king made the choice personally, rather than relying on the recommendation of the Council of the Indies, as was the case ordinarily. He remained in Spain for a few months before leaving for the New World. He arrived in San Juan de Ulúa (Veracruz) on September 7, 1585, with his wife. Shortly thereafter he made his formal entry into Mexico City to take up his office. Koestler had taken an ill-considered decision to stay at Málaga in southern Spain when the Republican forces withdrew from it. He had only narrowly escaped arrest by Franco (Francisco Franco)’s army on his previous sojourn into rebel territory, when on his second day in rebel-held Seville he was recognised by a former colleague of his from Ullstein (Ullstein-Verlag)’s in Berlin, who knew that Koestler was a Communist. ''The Invisible Writing,'' pp. 389-90, (‘Danube’ edition, ISBN 0090980301) This time he was less fortunate and was arrested, summarily sentenced to death and sent off to imprisonment in Seville. Career Ribeiro started working for Charles V (Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor) in 1518, as a cartographer at the ''Casa de Contratación'' in Seville. He adopted Spanish citizenship in 1519, and took part in the development of the maps used in the First Circumnavigation of the Earth (Ferdinand Magellan). '''Luis de Velasco, marqués de Salinas''' (known as ''Luis de Velasco, hijo'' to distinguish him from his father) (c. 1534, Carrión de los Condes, Spain—September 7, 1617, Seville), Spanish nobleman, son of the second viceroy (Luis de Velasco) of New Spain, and himself the eighth viceroy. He governed from January 27, 1590 to November 4, 1595, and again from July 2, 1607 to June 10, 1611. In between he was viceroy of Peru for eight years (July 24, 1596 to January 18, 1604). Depictions A central feature of Cervantes' story ''Rinconete y Cortadillo (:es:Rinconete y Cortadillo)'', set in 16th Century Seville, is the city's strong and well-organized thieves' guild built to the model of the medieval guild. As in any other profession, a young thief must start as an apprentice and slowly work his way to become a master craftsman—in this case, a master thief. No one could come into a city and start on a career as a thief without belonging to the local guild (as Cervantes' protagonists soon find out), which would have been in many cases true also for a medieval tailor or carpenter wandering into a strange city. And the thieves have their own church (church (building)) where they go to pray (shared with prostitutes)—which indeed was often the case with respectable professions in a medieval city. WikiPedia:Seville commons:Sevilla


contemporary views

southern Hispania, in the city of Italica (now in the outskirts of Seville), where the Italian (Ancient peoples of Italy) families were paramount. Of Italian stock himself, Trajan is frequently but misleadingly designated the first provincial emperor. Arnold Blumberg, "Great Leaders, Great Tyrants? Contemporary Views of World Rulers who Made History", 1995, Greenwood Publishing Group, p.315: "Trajan is frequently but misleadingly designated the first provincial


poetry quot

Poesía - Qué.es date 2 March 2011 work Qué.es language Spanish accessdate 15 April 2011 born in Rome in 1934 by parents who were both Italian government officials, nominated at the unanimity "Premio della Cultura 2004 della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri" (''Prize for Culture 2004 from the Presidency of the Italian Ministries Council'') "for his outstanding, prestigious contribution to the field of Poetry". He started his working life

as Music'')and "Sempre Sottovoce, poesia come vita" (''Always whispering, Poetry as Life''), Fiorina, Sion 1992; "My Poetry", Book Guild, London 1993 in English (English language) and Spanish translation with parallel text in Italian; "Regazo susurrante de poesía", Universidad de Murcia 1997; "Tu che mi tacci di poeta impudico", MEF L'autore Libri, Florence 2004, which has been presented in June 2004 at the Italian Literature students


frequent depictions

that in its frequent depictions of smoky taverns and smelly back alleys, sword and sorcery draws upon the picaresque genre; for example, Fritz Leiber's city of Lankhmar bears considerable similarity to 16th Century Seville as depicted in Cervantes' tale ''Rinconete y Cortadillo''. During the latter's domination the city declined, the role of the capital of Muslim al-Andalus having been given to Seville. On 29 June 1236, after a siege of several months, it was captured


major painting

in Seville '', wherein he first dealt with the complications of a scene observed outside the studio. Homer, page 44. Although he failed to matriculate and showed no works in the salons, Eakins succeeded in absorbing the techniques and methods of French and Spanish masters, and he began to formulate his artistic vision which he demonstrated in his first major painting upon his return to America. "I shall seek to achieve my broad effect from the very beginning," ref


original paintings

to the early trends of the 20th century. The square just outside hosts an open-air art market on Sundays until around 13:30. Plenty of original paintings on local topics, although some not so interesting bits as well! *


popular version

ortiguillas ''), grilled and stewed meat, spinach with chickpeas, ''Jamón ibérico'', lamb kidneys in sherry sauce, snails (Land snail#Snails as human food), ''caldo de puchero (puchero)'', and ''gazpacho''. A sandwich known as a ''serranito'' is the typical and popular version of fast food. Typical desserts from Seville include ''pestiños'', a honey-coated sweet fritter; ''torrijas'', fried slices of bread with honey; ''roscos fritos'', deep-fried sugar-coated ring doughnuts


famous analysis

it in his famous analysis in 1933, the dimensions of the problem were those of "mass apostasy, especially among the urban working classes." M. Arboleya y Martínez, ''La apostasia de las masas'', Barcelona 1934. - Seville align center SVQ align center LEZL Seville Airport - *Santiago de Compostela - Santiago de Compostela Airport *Seville - San Pablo Airport *Tenerife - Tenerife South Airport The movie opens


important fine

148 image Museo bellas artes 2013001.jpg hours 16 Sep – 31 May: T-Sa 10:00-20:30, Su and holidays 10:00-17:00; 1 Jun – 15 Sep: T-Sa 09:00-15:30, Su and holidays 10:00-17:00 price €1.50; free for EU citizens content Considered by some as the second most important fine arts museum in Spain after the Prado in Madrid. The museum building is a former mercy convent renewed in the 17th century and the fifteen exhibition rooms show a comprehensive picture of Sevillian art from the Gothic period

Seville

'''Seville''' ( from the Atlantic Ocean, is the only river port in Spain. Seville is also the hottest major metropolitan area in Europe, with summer average high temperatures of above 35 °C.

Seville was founded as the Roman city of ''Hispalis'', and was known as ''Ishbiliya'' After the discovery of the Americas, Seville became one of the economic centres of the Spanish Empire as its port monopolised the trans-oceanic trade and the Casa de Contratación (House of Trade) wielded its power, opening a Golden Age (Golden Age of Spain) of arts and literature. In 1519, Ferdinand Magellan departed from Seville for the first circumnavigation of the Earth. Coinciding with the Baroque period of European history, the 17th century in Seville represented the most brilliant flowering of the city's culture; then began a gradual economic and demographic decline as silting in the Guadalquivir forced the trade monopoly to relocate to the nearby port of Cádiz.

The 20th century in Seville saw the horrors of the Spanish Civil War, decisive cultural milestones such as the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and Expo '92 (Seville Expo '92), and the city's election as the capital of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia (Andalusian Autonomous Government).

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