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22 Jul Gijón, the most musical town in northern Spain

If there is one thing that Asturias’ largest city, Gijón, stands out for, it is music. Perhaps the reason lies in the influence the Atlantic Ocean has on this city situated on the northern coast of Spain. Not to mention its Celtic roots, which it has managed to fuse with the rock music that made up the sound track of...

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20 Jun Poborina Folk Festival: a hidden gem at the heart of Aragón

So many festivals now in Spain, but one not to be missed if you are near (or even if you are far away) is Poborina Folk Festival in the middle of the Aragón region. Full of activities during the day that take you close to rural and healthy life. But also long nights dancing non stop with amazing bands. You can...

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19 May Sins and dancers in Toledo

In Camuñas (Toledo) the celebration of the sacrament of the Eucharist is represented by the grievances by the sins against the happiness that reigns on heaven, and against the virtues. Sins (pecados) and virtues (under the name of danzantes, dancers), together with the madama (a man dressed like a woman, representing the divine grace) perform a dance where the sins...

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