Widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bullfights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine, Spain has much more to offer than that. It is -and has been for thousands of years- one of the cultural centers of Europe.Learn more about Spanish Culture...
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La Llorona (the weeping woman) is a supernatural figure from a legend of Mexican origin who weeps for her lost children. This ghostly personality returns each year on the Day of the Dead, provoking uneasiness among the young and old alike.
The Museum of Human Evolution
The city of Burgos not only has an incredible cathedral, it also has the Museum of Human Evolution, which is a place of reference for anyone who is interested in the origins of humankind. Join us as for a look into this modern and fascinating museum.
Barcelona’s Gothic District
You can still see remains from Barcelona’s early origins in the city’s Ciutat Vella (old town). This historic area is made up of various districts including the Gothic District, which displays a visual feast of attractions that we’d like to introduce you to here.
Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
At one time, this realist-naturalist writer from Valencia had earned great success both in Spain and the US, where some of his novels were made into films such as The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Today, he’s quite unknown to many. Get to know him better here.
Poblet Monastery is a unique architectural ensemble that lies hidden away deep in the heart of Spain’s Catalonia region. Visitors may observe the local monks’ ability to harmonize tradition and modern practices to create a highly sustainable living space. Read more here.