·The Region of Murcia is an autonomous province in Spanish, located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula. ·The total population of the Murcia Region is 1,461,979 inhabitants. ·The region is the largest producer of fruits, vegetables and flowersin Europe. ·The traditional agriculture is irrigated.
Most famous municipalities of region of murcia
The Cathedral of Santa Maria, 1 better known as the Cathedral of Murcia. Among its architectural features include the tower, 93 meters tall, the main facade, considered a masterpiece of Spanish baroque. It is mostly Gothic. It consists of three naves with an ambulatoryand twenty chapels. most famous shrines are: Vélez Chapel. Junterón Chapel. Chapel of the Immaculate. Chapel of San Antonio. Chapel of Baptism or of Jerome Grasso. Relief Chapel or St. Anton.
Other famous monuments are :
Museum of Bellas Artes of Murcia Salzillo Museum the University of Murcia (UMU) San Antonio Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM).
images of the monuments Cathedral University Museum
Holy Week processions are famous for their images and their quaintness Salzillo unique exponent which are the processions of the Mora and Coloraos. In the traditional processions of the Nazarenes have an outfit and give away candy huertano, cute and beans to the people who come to the processions. Spring festivals, parades and concerts and there are rocks huertanas installed in the gardens of the city called 'barracks' in which you can sample the cuisine. in the spring festivals are reliza: the Bando of the Huerta Burial of the Sardine September Fair.
Holy Week the Bando of the Huerta Burial of the Sardine
Zarangollo Michirones Rice with rabbit Gypsy Pot Tripe Pisto Cooked with balls Cod balls Murcian Salad Rabbit and garlic potatoes cabañil Potatoes cooked with garlic Flutes Paparajotes Murcia Meatloaf Cierva Pie Easter Cake Angel Hair Patties Pastelon with angel hair, candied fruit and pastry cream Mojama roe, salted fish