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  1. 1. ANDALUCIA by 1 º ESO D/E Bilingual
  2. 2. Guadalquivir River <ul><li>The Guadalquivir River is the second longest river in Spain and the longest in Andalucía. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Carmen </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>It is 657 km long and drains an area of about
  3. 3. 58.000 square km.
  4. 4. Ismael
  5. 5. It begins in the Cazorla Mountain ranges and
  6. 6. ends at the fishing village of Bonanza, in
  7. 7. Sanlucar de Barrameda.
  8. 8. Maite
  9. 9. The Guadalquivir has several characteristics.
  10. 10. Its natural environment is one of the richest.
  11. 11. Laura
  12. 12. This river passes through Cordoba and
  13. 13. Seville.
  14. 14. Rocio </li></ul>
  15. 15. April Fair (Feria de Abril) <ul><li>April Fair begins on Tuesday and ends
  16. 16. on Sunday. Women and men dress up
  17. 17. in short jackets. Everybody dances the
  18. 18. ”sevillanas” and eats ”tapas”.
  19. 19. Carmen, Rocío </li></ul><ul><li>April Fair is an annual event. The fair officially starts on
  20. 20. Monday at mignight, normally two weeks after
  21. 21. Semana Santa and ends with a fireworks display the
  22. 22. following Sunday, again, at midnight.
  23. 23. Maite </li></ul>It is held in Andalusian capital, Seville. The fair generally begins two weeks after Easter Holy Week. Ana, Cristina
  24. 24. Lucio Anneo Seneca <ul><li>He was called Seneca the Younger. He was a Roman
  25. 25. phylosopher. He was born in Córdoba in 4 BC and died
  26. 26. in Rome, in 65 AD.
  27. 27. Maite
  28. 28. He was a Roman Stoic philosopher of the Silver Age
  29. 29. of Latin Literature. He was tutor and later advisor
  30. 30. to Emperor Nero. He was later executed by that emperor for complicity.
  31. 31. Rocío, Carmen. </li></ul><ul><li>Lucio Anneo Seneca was a Roman Stoic
  32. 32. philosopher, statesman, dramatist and in one work
  33. 33. humorist.
  34. 34. Ana </li></ul>
  35. 35. Seafood <ul><li>It is food derived from aquatic
  36. 36. animals, such as fish, mollusks,
  37. 37. and crustaceans. It is also a term
  38. 38. used for aquatic ingredients.
  39. 39. Ana
  40. 40. Seafood is any sea animal or plant
  41. 41. that is served as food and eaten
  42. 42. by humans. Seafood includes
  43. 43. seawater animals, such as fish and
  44. 44. shellfish (including mollucs and
  45. 45. crustaceans).
  46. 46. Laura, Rocio and Carmen </li></ul>
  47. 47. Gades - Cádiz <ul><li>Cádiz is a city and port in southwestern Spain.
  48. 48. It is the capital of the Cádiz Province,, one of eight
  49. 49. which make up the autonomous community of
  50. 50. Andalusia.
  51. 51. Rocío, Carmen and Laura
  52. 52. The story of Cádiz is the caracteristic of a city </li></ul>marked by its military and commercial strategic <ul>location. Founded by Phonician sailors from Tire was established with the name of Gádir. Maite </ul>
  53. 53. Tapas <ul><li>It is the name of a wide variety of
  54. 54. appetizers, or snack, in Spanish
  55. 55. cuisine. They may be cold ( such
  56. 56. as mixed olives and cheese) or
  57. 57. warm (such as chopitos, which are
  58. 58. battered fried baby squid).
  59. 59. Ana , Laura, Rocio and Carmen </li></ul>
  60. 60. Sierra Morena <ul><li>Sierra Morena is a mountain range in southern Spain,which separates the plateau of the Depression
  61. 61. Andalusia.
  62. 62. Mª Elena, Ana
  63. 63. Sierra Morena has got 400 km of
  64. 64. longitude.
  65. 65. Tamara </li></ul><ul><li>It ocupes from Jaén to Huelva.
  66. 66. Sofía
  67. 67. Sierra Morena is an area of sparsely rolling hills
  68. 68. that run across northen Andalucia, creating a
  69. 69. natural barrier between Extremadura to the north
  70. 70. of Andalucía.
  71. 71. Sandra </li></ul>
  72. 72. La Giralda <ul><li>The Giralda is the bell tower of the
  73. 73. Cathedral of Seville, one of the largest
  74. 74. churches in the world.
  75. 75. The tower is 97.5 m in height.
  76. 76. Fernando, Alberto </li></ul><ul><li>The statue stands 4m in height, 7m with the pedestal.
  77. 77. The Renaissance section of the tower also contains a large
  78. 78. inscription of Seville's motto.
  79. 79. Maria </li></ul><ul><li>The Giralda in Seville
  80. 80. is one of the three
  81. 81. remaining almohad
  82. 82. minarets in the world.
  83. 83. Alicia </li></ul><ul><li>National wealth was delared on December 29 th 1928 and in 1987 joined the list of World Heritage Sites.
  84. 84. Paula </li></ul>
  85. 85. Holy Week or Easter (Semana Santa) <ul><li>It is the annual commemoration in the Christian calendar
  86. 86. that commemorates the Passion, Death and Resurrection
  87. 87. of Jesus of Nazareth. During Holy Week processions and
  88. 88. highlights the representations of the Passion.
  89. 89. Paula
  90. 90. Throughout seven days, Andalucia is surrounded by a
  91. 91. spiritual halo. Semana Santa is a tradition which is
  92. 92. repeated year after year.
  93. 93. Alicia </li></ul>
  94. 94. Julio Romero de Torres <ul><li>He was a Spanish painter.
  95. 95. He was born and died in
  96. 96. Córdoba, where he spent
  97. 97. much of his life.
  98. 98. Alicia
  99. 99. He was born in 1874 and
  100. 100. died in 1930. </li></ul><ul><li>The Musseum of Julio Romero
  101. 101. de Torres is now located at his
  102. 102. former residence in Córdoba.
  103. 103. Maria, Rosalía </li></ul>
  104. 104. Bartolomé Esteban Murillo <ul><li>Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
  105. 105. was a Spanish painter, one
  106. 106. of the most important figures
  107. 107. in Baroque painting in Spain.
  108. 108. Ana </li></ul><ul><li>He was born in Seville in December 31 st 1617 in a family of
  109. 109. fourteen children. He died in April 3 rd , 1682 in Seville, too.
  110. 110. Sofía </li></ul>
  111. 111. Paco de Lucía <ul><li>His real name is Francisco Sanchez Gomez
  112. 112. born in the neighbourhood of La Bajadilla
  113. 113. of the city of Algeciras on December 21 st
  114. 114. 1947.
  115. 115. Tamara, Sandra
  116. 116. He is recognized as a virtuous flamenco
  117. 117. guitarist all over the world.
  118. 118. Sofía </li></ul><ul><li>Paco de Lucía is a leading proponent of the </li></ul>the modern Flamenco Style.
  119. 119. Rocío Pilgrimage <ul><li>The Pilgrimage of El Rocío is a
  120. 120. manifestation of popular Catholic
  121. 121. piety in honor of the Andalusian
  122. 122. Virgen del Rocío. It takes place the
  123. 123. weekend of Pentecost Sunday.
  124. 124. The Virgin is in the hermitage of
  125. 125. El Rocío in the province of Huelva.
  126. 126. Mª Elena, Ana </li></ul><ul><li>The Rocío Pilgrimage is the most famous in the region, attracting
  127. 127. nearly a million people from across Andalucia and the entire country. </li></ul>
  128. 128. Cured Ham <ul><li>It is a food made from the salted and dried
  129. 129. pigś hind legs. This same product is
  130. 130. also called pallet or shoulder when you make
  131. 131. it with the front legs.
  132. 132. Antonio
  133. 133. Although it may be cooked and served
  134. 134. fresh, most ham is cured in some fashion.
  135. 135. Gloria </li></ul><ul><li>Cured ham comes from the meat of the
  136. 136. white pig. It is a very popular food in
  137. 137. Spain. Cured ham of Trevélez is the best
  138. 138. cured ham in Spain.
  139. 139. Sofía
  140. 140. This product is traditionally consumed in
  141. 141. Spain, so there are different types and
  142. 142. name.They are of Granada and many
  143. 143. other provinces.
  144. 144. Sandra </li></ul>
  145. 145. Rafael Alberti <ul><li>He was born in El Puerto de Santa María in Cádiz on
  146. 146. December 16 th 1902 and died on October 28th, at
  147. 147. age 97 in 1999. He was a writer.
  148. 148. Tamara
  149. 149. He was a Spanish poet, a member of the Generation
  150. 150. of 27.
  151. 151. Sofía, Ana
  152. 152. He is considered one of the greatest Spanish writers
  153. 153. of the so-called Silver Age of Spanish Literature.
  154. 154. Sandra </li></ul>
  155. 155. The Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba <ul><li>It is the most important monument in Córdoba
  156. 156. and all of Andalusian architecture. It was built
  157. 157. in the eigth century on the basilica of S. Vicente.
  158. 158. Sandra
  159. 159. It is a Roman Catholic Cathedral in the
  160. 160. Andalusian city of Córdoba after the Spanish
  161. 161. Reconquista. It was turned into a church with a
  162. 162. Gothic cathedral inserted into the centre of the
  163. 163. large Moorish building.
  164. 164. Sofía </li></ul>
  165. 165. Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park <ul><li>It is a natural park in the northeastern park of the province of Cádiz in southern Spain.
  166. 166. It is part of the cordillera Penibética. It is home of many vultures.
  167. 167. Rosalía </li></ul><ul><li>Sierra de Grazalema is
  168. 168. located between the
  169. 169. Andalusian provincies
  170. 170. of Cádiz and Málaga.
  171. 171. The entire territory of
  172. 172. the Sierra de Grazalema
  173. 173. Nature park was declared a Biosphere
  174. 174. Reserve by UNESCO in 1977.
  175. 175. Fernando </li></ul>
  176. 176. Cristina Hoyos <ul><li>She is a Spanish flamenco dancer, choreographer and
  177. 177. actress born in Seville. She played an important role
  178. 178. during the inaguration and closing ceremonies of 1992
  179. 179. Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
  180. 180. Patricia
  181. 181. In 1988 she created her
  182. 182. own dance company with
  183. 183. which debuted in June
  184. 184. 1989 at the Rex, in Paris.
  185. 185. Paula </li></ul><ul><li>Cristina Hoyos had a time dancing at parties and tablaos
  186. 186. in Seville and had even toured the United States in the
  187. 187. ballet of Manuela Vargas. </li></ul>
  188. 188. Jerez Wines <ul><li>It is a kind Spanish wine that grows in the Andalusian
  189. 189. cities of Jerez of Frontera in Cádiz province.
  190. 190. Paula
  191. 191. In 1933 the Jerez Denominación de Origen was the first
  192. 192. Spanish denominacion to be officially recognized in this way.
  193. 193. Maria </li></ul>
  194. 194. Palos de Moguer Rábida Monastery <ul><li>Palos de Moguer is a town and municipality
  195. 195. located in the southwestern Spanish province
  196. 196. of Huelva, in the autonomous community of
  197. 197. Andalusia.
  198. 198. Alberto </li></ul><ul><li>Rábida monastery is a Franciscan
  199. 199. monastery in the town of Palos de
  200. 200. Moguer in Huelva. It is located where
  201. 201. the Tinto and Odiel rivers meet. It was
  202. 202. founded as a monastery in 1261.
  203. 203. Christipher Colombus stayed at the
  204. 204. monatery two years before his famous
  205. 205. first voyage.
  206. 206. Maria and Patricia </li></ul>
  207. 207. Doñana National Park <ul><li>Doñana National Park is located in </li></ul>Andalucia, in the provinces of Huelva <ul>and Seville, and covers 543 km2, of </ul>which 135 km2 is protected. There are animals like Lynx, Cormorant, etc. Francisco, Victor Doñana is an area of great beauty and high ecological value. It is the largest protected area in Spain. Most part belongs to the province of Huelva. Nirvana
  208. 208. Diego Veláquez <ul><li>Spanish painter. Beside being the foremost artistic personality
  209. 209. of his time, Diego Velázquez is also the prominent figure of
  210. 210. Spanish art.
  211. 211. Nirvana
  212. 212. He was born in Seville on June 6 th , 1599 and died in Madrid
  213. 213. on August 6 th , 1660. He was a Spanish painter who was the
  214. 214. leading artist in the court of King Philip IV.
  215. 215. Victor, Francisco </li></ul>
  216. 216. Camarón de la Isla <ul><li>Camarón de la Isla is a name vital for
  217. 217. understanding the cante hondo in the second
  218. 218. half of the twentieth century. He is considered
  219. 219. one of the best flamenco singer of all time.
  220. 220. Nirvana
  221. 221. He was born on December 5 th , 1950
  222. 222. in San Fernando (Cádiz) and died on July 2 nd
  223. 223. 1992. Camarón de la Isla is the stage name of
  224. 224. the flamenco gypsy singer José Monge Cruz </li></ul>
  225. 225. Cádiz Carnival <ul><li>It is one of the best-known carnival in the world.
  226. 226. The whole city participates in the carnival for more
  227. 227. than two weeks each year.
  228. 228. Alejandro , Francisco and Victor
  229. 229. It has been recognized as an International Tourist
  230. 230. Interest.
  231. 231. Nirvana and Paula </li></ul>
  232. 232. Andalusian Salad- Soap (Gazpacho) <ul><li>The Andalusian Salad-soup known for its popularity
  233. 233. is often defined by some authors as between cooking
  234. 234. soup and salad. Today it is used as drink on most
  235. 235. ocassion.
  236. 236. Alejandro
  237. 237. Originating in the southern region of Spain, it is mostly
  238. 238. consumed during the summer months, due to its
  239. 239. refreshing qualities.
  240. 240. Paula and Elena </li></ul><ul><li>Including the elaboration of soup with ingredients
  241. 241. like bread, olive, oil, vinegar, tomatoes,
  242. 242. cucumbers, peppers, onion and garlic.
  243. 243. Miriam
  244. 244. It is a cold soup or liquid salad made with fresh
  245. 245. raw vegetables.
  246. 246. Francisco </li></ul>
  247. 247. Itálica <ul><li>The city of Italica was founded in 206 BC by the Roman general
  248. 248. Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus in oder to settle Roman soldiers
  249. 249. wounded in the battle of Ilipa.
  250. 250. Francisco , Elena and Alejandro
  251. 251. The name Italica bound the colonia to their Italian origins.
  252. 252. Miriam </li></ul>
  253. 253. Juan Ramón Jiménez <ul><li>Juan Ramón Jimenez (1881 – 1958) was an Andalusian poet,
  254. 254. a prolific writer who receiver the Novel Prize in literature in 1956.
  255. 255. Elena </li></ul><ul><li>He was in exile in Puerto Rico. </li></ul>

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