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The festival is called “La Feria de Sevilla” or “La Feria de Abril” essentially suggesting the Seville’s Fair or April Fair, and begun in 1847 as a cattle trading fair. Over the years Seville’s April Fair has come to be a globally understood celebration of fun, bullfighting and also flamenco.   The Seville Fair generally …

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Alcazaba Fortress This excellent structure, developed mostly in the 11th century, was the palace-fortress of the city’s governing Muslims. It was improved the top of a hillside, adapted to the relief. It is developed by two walled locations, the lower, which is a significant area that adheres to the topography of the hill as well …

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The best sights in Malaga Málaga has it all, and its sights range from scenic beaches and hikes to its century-old castle structures, stylish harbours and excellent restaurants. Explore the many sights in Malaga and enjoy all the amazing attractions on your visit to Malaga.   Alcazaba (Moorish fort) You can, in any case, discover hints of the …

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The city of Malaga in Andalusia is full of historical monuments that attract millions of tourists to the city every year. But there is more to do in the city. To help you is an overview of what to do in Malaga. 1 Alcazaba de Málaga: Old Moorish Castle Fortress of the Moorish rulers, this …

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Santa Cruz, Seville | © Irina Sen/ShutterstockSeville has something for everyone. From its great Moorish and Catholic monuments to its historic bullring, and from great tapas bars to enchanting old neighbourhoods and giant wooden mushrooms, these are the top 20 attractions for you to seek out while you’re in the Andalusian capital.Royal Alcazar PalaceBuilding, Historical…

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In the west of the province of Córdoba lies the Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park, one of the most important green areas of Córdoba. It is part of the Sierra Morena Mountains, the vast 400,000 ha Unesco Biosphere Reserve and the Natural Parks of the adjacent Parque Natural Sierra Norte de Sevilla (Province of Seville) …

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If you are looking for a holiday in Spain, there are several areas where you can choose. One region that always does well with holidaymakers is Andalusia. This region is located in the south of Spain, against the sea. In Andalusia, you will find the province of Seville with the eponymous capital. This city is …

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The Alhambra is a beautiful historical fortress that served as a palace for the Moorish rulers of the kingdom of Granada. It is undoubtedly the most famous Moorish building in Spain and attracts millions of visitors every year. Perched high on a plateau on the southeastern border of the city, the Alhambra one could easily …

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In terms of population, Granada is the 17th city of Spain, but one of the best known.   Granada and Alhambra Alhambra, the huge Moorish palace, is probably Spain’s most famous monument. The city has great cultural wealth, with influences from the Moors, Jews and Catholics. People interested in different cultures, museums and churches can …

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Cordoba in Andalusia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. From the iconic mosque-cathedral to the beautiful flower-decorated patios that are open to the public in May, this is a city with something for everyone. Read on for the ten best and most delightful things to see and do in Cordoba, Spain. …

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Pablo Picasso is very present in Malaga. The best example of this is the Picasso Museum, founded in 2003. Also, there is the House-Museum of the painter. For culture lovers, it is especially advisable to visit the Carmen Thyssen Malaga Museum. This museum underlines the importance of Andalusian artists in Spanish painting of the twentieth …

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The city Huelva Huelva is the capital of the area of a similar name and is situated in the self-sufficient district of Andalusia. The city is situated at where the waterways Tinto and Odiel meet up, around 90 km west of Seville, the capital of Andalusia. The Huelva was a gathering purpose of various societies …

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Almeria, Spain is the capital of the municipality of the same name in Andalusia, in southern Spain and has around 200,000 inhabitants. It is beautifully situated on the Mediterranean Sea with some 219 kilometres of sandy coast, the Costa de Almería. Almería has the most sunshine hours in all of Europe, makes the city a …

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