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Seville’s Holy Week

Seville’s Holy Week

Have you ever heard of Seville's Holy Week and its magnificent processions? It is held between Palm Sunday and Resurrection Sunday to commemorate the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Christ.Every year, this city prepares to live one of the most intense and important...

The rooftop of the Cathedral of Seville

The rooftop of the Cathedral of Seville

If you are not afraid of heights, do not suffer from vertigo and you are fit, we suggest you visit the rooftop of the Cathedral of Seville. We have discussed this in our Seville Guide. It's about walking over its rooftop, touring its passages and enjoying the...

The beII tower of the Cathedral of SeviIIe

The beII tower of the Cathedral of SeviIIe

My favourite place in SeviIIe is the Giralda, the beII tower of the Cathedral of Santa Maria in the center of the city of SeviIIe. The GiraIda was the former minaret of the mosque where the CathedraI was founded in 1403. It is in a almohade styIe and is Iocated on the...

Explore Seville in 2 days,  the best tour to discover the city

Explore Seville in 2 days, the best tour to discover the city

Day 1 Our first day in Seville starts in the Plaza de España, designed by the Seville architect Aníbal González as an emblematic space of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Located in the María Luisa Park, it is the most famous park in the city. Then we make a...

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame Cathedral

My favourite place in Strasbourg is Notre-Dame Cathedral. I like it for its majesty and beauty. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988, the construction of the Gothic Cathedral began in 1015. Thanks to the magnificent needle, 142 meters high, it was the tallest...

2 days in Strasbourg

2 days in Strasbourg

Day 1 Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region, and it also houses International Institutions. We begin the visit in the Notre-Dame Cathedral, a masterpiece of medieval architecture that mixes the Romanesque style, in its apse and transept, with the Gothic style...

The architect of the Sydney Opera House

The architect of the Sydney Opera House

Did you know that the architect of the Sydney Opera House was Danish, Jørn Utzon, which we talked about in another post about the design of this country? Jørn Utzon won the international competition to design the Australian national opera at 38 years of age. He went...

Six museums, six plans in the Gothic neighbourhood

Six museums, six plans in the Gothic neighbourhood

Here are six museums, very close to each other, in the heart of the city of Barcelona.Silk House It is the only union house in Barcelona open to the public with guided tours. The building, more than three hundred years old, was declared an architectural-artistic...

The Santa Maria del Mar Basilica

The Santa Maria del Mar Basilica

My favourite place in Barcelona is the Santa Maria del Mar Basilica, known as the "Cathedral of the Ribera" because it is located in the neighbourhood of La Ribera, a seaside district built in the 14th Century. The stone of the Cathedral comes from the Montjüic...

Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Recoleta, Buenos Aires

When we talk about Recoleta, we mean both the residential neighbourhood of the City of Buenos Aires, and the Cultural Center and Cemetery that is located within it. The neighbourhood The Recoleta neighbourhood emerged at the end of the 18th century, when farms in the...

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