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  1. 1. THE SEVILLE FAIR
  2. 2. HISTORY OF THE FAIR
  3. 3. On August 25, 1846, two businessmen settledin the city, Narciso Bonaplata (Catalan) and José María de Ybarra (Basque), drafted a proposal that they took to the Municipal Council asking them to authorize them on April 19, 20 and 21 to hold an annual fair
  4. 4. It was inaugurated on April 18, 1847 located in the Prado San Sebastián. In those times, this space was on the outskirts of the city, although today it is one of the most central places in the capital, close to the Tobacco Factory, now the University of Seville.
  5. 5. The fair had a total of 19 booths and the success obtained was so great that a few years later, in 1850, it was necessary to separate what was the cattle merchandise and the space for entertainment. The number of head of cattle in 1850 was 60,000. Licenses were also issued for 15 donut stalls, 34 nougat and hazelnut stalls, and 93 for taverns and water. In 1864 the first fireworks are launched and in 1870 the fair was exteded for two more days.
  6. 6. The fair came to coexist until 1868 with the so- called Gate of San Fernando of the old wall.
  7. 7. In 1896, the so-called Footbridge was located in the area, an iron structure, which served as a flyover over the fairgrounds. It had four access stairs and a central kiosk at their confluence that was adorned with white light globes during the days the feast lasted. ….as a souvenir from the catwalkan entrance gate to the Fair began to be installed annually.
  8. 8. For the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, the Spainish Square was also placed the monument to Cid Campeador, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar
  9. 9. Inauguration of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929
  10. 10. The fair was held for a while in the Charco de la Pava, currently used as the Fair's car parks, the biggest problem being that it is a flood zone. The Fair is now held in the Park de la Vega de Triana in 2010.
  11. 11. The Grand Entrance Gate
  12. 12. Each year the Entrance Gate is dedicated to some important event, monument or building in the city, and can reach a height of nearly 50 m with arches and towers, with a certain touch of regionalist architecture, and can be seen both day and night.
  13. 13. The night When night falls, the streets of the Real are lit up with Venetian lanterns and light bulb decorations. The fairground attractions have their own lighting.At night there are no horses or carriages.The booths also serve food and it is common to have dinner, tapas and drink until late at night. The food stalls also remain open, which also usually sell churros with chocolate at dawn.Every day of the fair the lights go out at 3 in the morning, except on Saturday, when they remain until 6, and on Sunday, when they are turned off at twelve at night, coinciding with the fireworks show.
  14. 14. The total number of bulbs that illuminate the fair amounts to approximately 350,000 made up of Venetian lanterns in green, white and red colors.
  15. 15. The Fair was later extended to in the neighborhood of Los Remedios, an almost rectangular area with a measure of 1.5 km by 600 m, with the name of "Real de la Feria", with streets that were baptized with names of bullfighters of all the seasons and adorned with lanterns.
  16. 16. View over the Triana neighborhood towards the center of Seville
  17. 17. THE HOUSES - In the early days of the fair, as it was related to the sale of cattle, what was described as a house was the equivalent of a stable. In the one corresponding to the year 1849, the City Council set up the first booth as the term is now understood. Its style was that of a tent, with the intention of monitoring and maintaining public order, which changed shortly due to the festive atmosphere that existed there.
  18. 18. In 1850 other booths were placed with various elements of leisure, food and other utilities.
  19. 19. The set of booths and attractions that are installed in the fairgrounds of the Los Remedios neighborhood for the celebration of the local festival.
  20. 20. The module is 4 meters wide and between 6 and 8 meters deep. The entrance cover to the booth is called a “pañoleta” and must be made of wood. Most of the booths only have one module, although if there is more than one, several covers could be placed or one that fits all of them. The tarpaulins of the booth must be listed in red and white or green and white.
  21. 21. Families and some institutions wanted to enjoy more time in this space, which caused the number of booths to increase, each one adorning it as they pleased, leaving everything very picturesque, acquiring Moorish, circular, military forms...
  22. 22. There are about 1040 booths in the Fair. The booths usually have a board for those who dance sevillanas. The ownership of the booth is controlled by municipal license. The booths are usually granted to individuals who share them with their peer groups, public entities and private entities, such as companies (Carrefour, Dragados and others) or associations (brotherhoods, associations of friends, cultural associations, clubs, etc.).
  23. 23. HORSES and KNIGHTS
  24. 24. Horses and Carriages
  25. 25. The carriage is the transport vehicle allowed in the Real de la Feria, except for official cars, health, aid and public safety vehicles that are motorized. The municipal ordinance of 2012 establishes the number of vehicles at 700, and 1,400 license plates, so that horse carts have guaranteed access three of the six days. From the very beginnning, the public moved to the Fair in buggies to negotiate over cattle.
  26. 26. Since 1983 in the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, a Carriage Exhibition is held, organized by the Royal Andalusian Carriage Club since 1984, where carriages of all times, from the Andalusian aristocracy and bourgeoisie, are exhibited.
  27. 27. Men's fashion The horsemen are dressed in the traditional short suit and the wide- brimmed hat typical of Lower Andalusia with a lower crown and wider brim than those of the Cordovan hat. It was also a field work outfit and therefore the one used to deal, sell and buy.
  28. 28. During the fair, you cannot miss the BULLFIGHTS
  29. 29. The streets of the Real de la Feria de Abril are named after illustrious bullfighters from the province of Seville: .Ricardo Torres Reina "Bombita" •Curro Romero •Rafael Gómez Ortega "el Gallo" •Pascual Márquez Díaz •José Gómez Ortega "Joselito el Gallo" •Pepe Luis Vázquez •Ignacio Sánchez Mejías •Antonio Bienvenida •Joaquín Rodríguez "Costillares" •Francisco Vega de los Reyes "Gitanillo de Triana" •Manuel García Cuesta "Espartero" •Manolo Vázquez •José Delgado Guerra "Pepe Hillo" •Juan Belmonte •Manuel Jiménez Moreno "Chicuelo"
  30. 30. FOOD AND DRINK
  31. 31. FOOD AT THE FAIR - The night from Monday to Tuesday is called night of the little fish. It is customary to serve a selection of fried fish and other species of the sea, such as pijotas, anchovies, fish, acedías, marinade and squid.
  32. 32. El pescaíto
  33. 33. The booths usually serve an offer of tapas which includes Iberian ham, cured meats, seafood from Sanlúcar de Barrameda, cheese, potato omelette, some varieties of tapas.
  34. 34. Buñuelos Churros y chocolate
  35. 35. Wines and rebujitos
  36. 36. White wines usually prevail, such as the fino from Jerez de la Frontera or the manzanilla from Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Since the 2000s, the rebujito has become very popular.The rebujito is manzanilla with a lot of ice and Seven Up or Sprite, which are soft drinks with a certain lemon-lime flavor, or with soft drinks from other brands. It is served in 1-litre jugs accompanied by plastic shot glasses and is usually ordered to share. Sometimes the rebujito is served in large plastic cups called pots.
  37. 37. The flamenco or gypsy dress It consists of the typical costume of the city, it dates back to the early days of the fair, where the wives of dealers or merchants came, many of the gypsy ethnic group and also peasants, dressed in comfortable work robes. They added two or three folds to them that, which with the passing of time, became fashionable... The flamenco dress had become part of fashion, especially since the Expo of 1929.
  38. 38. Singing and Dancing “Sevillanas” are the typical song and dance of the Seville Fair. Its origin would be found in the years prior to the time of the Catholic Monarchs, in some compositions that were known as "Castilian seguidillas", over time they evolved, adding the dance in the eighteenth century
  39. 39. There is a variety of themes to Sevillan dances - the regional ones (Fair, Holy Week, famous people, bulls, Seville, etc.) -or of a romantic type, - rocieras, corraleras, etc. Dances can also be classified as fast or slow.
  40. 40. Sevillanas are usually danced by a couple, with exceptions and experimental combinations where the dance is performed by a formation of more than two people at the same time.
  41. 41. SEVILLIAN FASHION PARADE
  42. 42. The girls also show off their new outfits
  43. 43. The best – time to have fun
  44. 44. Playground - Hell's Street With the name of "calle del Infierno", or simply "calle Infierno", the amusement park is known in Seville that is installed next to the Real de la Feria and coincides with its celebration. The traveling attractions that in other places are called barracas or calesas are traditionally known in Seville as cacharritos, and they arrive in the city from various parts of Spain in more than one hundred numbers, which makes Calle del Infierno the largest provisional amusement park of the country. The most common attractions of the fair are the following: -The whip: it is a platform that rotates in an oval circle which in the curves reaches a speed of about 100km/h. -- The crazy worm: it is a worm-shaped train that goes around in a circle and every 3 minutes it is covered with a green layer. -- The crazy cars: they are minicars with one or two seats depending on the age on a track, the cars collide in 80% of their trajectory. -- The top-gun: it is a platform with seats which rises about 10 meters above the ground with propelled jets of water. -- El torito: they are bars half a meter in diameter and 5 long covered with sponge, they move in all directions. -- The jungle, the playful mouse, the hang glider, etc: they are "roller coasters" where you go up in a cart that goes along some rails with different slopes, water jets, turns, and surprises along the way. -The Ferris wheel: there are two Ferris wheels, a small one (30 meters radius) and a large one (50 meters radius) that rotate at 0.2 rad/s. -- The Viking ship: it is a large ship 20 meters long that goes from one side to the other reaching a height of about 30 meters. -- The slingshot: it consists of a very safe sphere with seats inside it that is thrown upwards on a loose rope, reaching a height of 60 meters and a speed of 100m/s. -- The twister: it consists of five bars joined to a larger one with seats in each of them, the bars can go in all directions and even turn on itself, it reaches a height of 30 meters. -- Platform attractions: they consist of attractions with traps, puzzles and platforms that are difficult to pass, among them is that of Shin-Chan, Mr. Bean or Torrente. -- Mansion of fear: consists of haunted houses, full of scary things and strange noises. You can go on foot or in a wheelbarrow depending on the attraction. -- The pony carousel, where dwarf horses rotate around an axis ridden by children. -- The traditional merry-go-rounds, of all types and sizes. Every year new attractions are added or removed but they are almost always the same, they usually cost from 3.50 to 10 euros (slingshot).
  45. 45. Calendar-weekly summary of the fair Each day of the fair, some rules based on the custom itself are usually complied with, among them the following stand out: Monday: Meeting of partners in the booths and inauguration of the same with the fish dinner. In the lighting test, the mayor gives light to the cover and the rest of the lanterns, thus starting the great and festive week of Seville at twelve o'clock at night. Tuesday: Lunches for friends, co-workers and companies are organized, as well as official receptions. Wednesday: Central day of the fair. More crowds are expected. Thursday: First day of the most influx. The number of horses that frequent the fair rises. Friday: It is frequented by a large number of visitors, many of them celebrities from entertainment, nobility and other popular acquaintances. It usually reaches a million people who wanderx the Royal. Saturday: The second busiest day. Sunday: Last day of the fair. Double bullfighting session in the bullring: bullfighting in the morning and the expected Miura, bulls famous for their size, in the afternoon. Already little influx of visitors to be the last day. Arrivals at 12 at night, the fair will end its week with the explosion of fireworks next to the river.
  46. 46. LONG LIVE THE SEVILLE FAIR! ¡LONG LIVE SEVILLE CULTURE! - LONG LIVE THE VALUES OF COMMUNITY, HONEST TRADE, FAMILY, TRADITION, ART AND JOY!
  47. 47. LIST OF PRESENTATIONS IN ENGLISH Revised 13-3-2022 Advent and Christmas – time of hope and peace All Souls Day Amoris Laetitia – ch 1 – In the Light of the Word Amoris Laetitia – ch 2 – The Experiences and Challenges of Families Amoris Laetitia – ch 3 - Looking to Jesus, the Vocation of the Family Amoris Laetitia – ch 4 - Love in Marriage Amoris Laetitia – ch 5 – Love made Fruitfuol Amoris Laetitia – ch 6 – Some Pastoral Perspectives Amoris Laetitia – ch 7 – Towards a better education of children Amoris Laetitia – ch 8 – Accompanying, discerning and integrating weaknwss Amoris Laetitia – ch 9 – The Spirituality of Marriage and the Family Beloved Amazon 1ª – A Social Dream Beloved Amazon 2 - A Cultural Dream Beloved Amazon 3 – An Ecological Dream Beloved Amazon 4 - An Ecclesiastical Dream Carnival Conscience Christ is Alive Familiaris Consortio (FC) 1 – Church and Family today Familiaris Consortio (FC) 2 - God’s plan for the family Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 1 – family as a Community Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 2 – serving life and education Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 3 – mission of the family in society Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 4 - Family in the Church Familiaris Consortio (FC) 4 Pastoral familiar Football in Spain Freedom Haurietis aquas – devotion to the Sacred Heart by Pius XII Holidays and Holy Days Holy Spirit Holy Week – drawings for children Holy Week – glmjpses of the last hours of JC Human Community Inauguration of President Donald Trump Juno explores Jupiter Laudato si 1 – care for the common home Laudato si 2 – Gospel of creation Laudato si 3 – Human roots of the ecological crisis Laudato si 4 – integral ecology Laudato si 5 – lines of approach and action Laudato si 6 – Education y Ecological Spirituality Life in Christ Love and Marriage 12,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 Lumen Fidei – ch 1,2,3,4 Martyrs of North America and Canada Medjugore Pilgrimage Misericordiae Vultus in English Mother Teresa of Calcuta – Saint Passions Pope Franciss in Thailand Pope Francis in Japan Pope Francis in Sweden Pope Francis in Hungary, Slovaquia Pope Francis in America Pope Francis in the WYD in Poland 2016 Passions Querida Amazonia Resurrection of Jesus Christ –according to the Gospels Russian Revolution and Communismo 3 civil war 1918.1921 Russian Revolution and Communism 1 Russian Revolution and Communismo 2 Saint Agatha, virgin and martyr Saint Albert the Great Saint Anthony of Padua Saint Francis de Sales Saint Francis of Assisi Saint Ignatius of Loyola Saint James, apostle Saint John N. Neumann, bishop of Philadelphia Saint Joseph Saint Maria Goretti Saint Mark, evangelist Saint Martin of Tours Saint Maximilian Kolbe Saint Mother Theresa of Calcutta Saint Jean Baptiste MarieaVianney, Curé of Ars Saint John N. Neumann, bishop of Philadelphia Saint John of the Cross Saint Patrick and Ireland Saints Zachary and Elizabeth, parents of John Baptis Signs of hope Sunday – day of the Lord Thanksgiving – History and Customs The Body, the cult – (Eucharist) Valentine Vocation to Beatitude Vocation – mconnor@legionaries.org Way of the Cross – drawings for children For commentaries – email – mflynn@legionaries.org Fb – Martin M Flynn Donations to - BANCO - 03069 INTESA SANPAOLO SPA Name – EUR-CA-ASTI IBAN – IT61Q0306909606100000139493
  48. 48. LISTA DE PRESENTACIONES EN ESPAÑOL Revisado 13-3-2022 Abuelos Adviento y Navidad, tiempo de esperanza Amor y Matrimonio 1 - 9 Amoris Laetitia – ch 1 – A la luz de la Palabre Amoris Laetitia – ch 2 – Realidad y Desafíos de las Familias Amoris Laetitia – ch 3 La mirada puesta en Jesús: Vocación de la Familia Amoris Laetitia – ch 4 - El Amor en el Matrimonio Amoris Laetitia – ch 5 – Amor que se vuelve fecundo Amoris Laetitia – ch 6 – Algunas Perspectivas Pastorales Amoris Laetitia – ch 7 – Fortalecer la educacion de los hijos Amoris Laetitia – ch 8 – Acompañar, discernir e integrar la fragilidad Amoris Laetitia – ch 9 – Espiritualidad Matrimonial y Familiar Carnaval Conciencia Cristo Vive Dia de todos los difuntos Domingo – día del Señor El camino de la cruz de JC en dibujos para niños El Cuerpo, el culto – (eucarisía) Espíritu Santo Familiaris Consortio (FC) 1 – iglesia y familia hoy Familiaris Consortio (FC) 2 - el plan de Dios para la familia Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 1 – familia como comunidad Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 2 – servicio a la vida y educación Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 3 – misión de la familia en la sociedad Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 4 - participación de la familia en la iglesia Familiaris Consortio (FC) 4 Pastoral familiar Fátima – Historia de las Apariciones de la Virgen Feria de Sevilla Haurietis aquas – el culto al Sagrado Corazón Hermandades y cofradías Hispanidad La Comunidad Humana La Vida en Cristo Laudato si 1 – cuidado del hogar común Laudato si 2 – evangelio de creación Laudato si 3 – La raíz de la crisis ecológica Laudato si 4 – ecología integral Laudato si 5 – líneas de acción Laudato si 6 – Educación y Espiritualidad Ecológica Libertad Lumen Fidei – cap 1,2,3,4 Madre Teresa de Calcuta – Santa María y la Biblia Martires de Nor America y Canada Medjugore peregrinación Misericordiae Vultus en Español Pasiones Papa Francisco en Bulgaria Papa Francisco en Rumania Papa Francisco en Marruecos Papa Francisco en México Papa Francisco – mensaje para la Jornada Mundial Juventud 2016 Papa Francisco – visita a Chile Papa Francisco – visita a Perú Papa Francisco en Colombia 1 + 2 Papa Francisco en Cuba Papa Francisco en Fátima Papa Francisco en la JMJ 2016 – Polonia Papa Francisco en Hugaría e Eslovaquia Queridas Amazoznia 1,2,3,4 Resurrección de Jesucristo – según los Evangelios Revolución Rusa y Comunismo 1, 2, 3 Santa Agata, virgen y martir San Alberto Magno San Antonio de Padua San Francisco de Asis 1,2,3,4 San Francisco de Sales Santa Maria Goretti San Marco, evangelista San Ignacio de Loyola San José, obrero, marido, padre San Juan Ma Vianney, Curé de’Ars San Juan de la Cruz San Juan N. Neumann, obispo de Philadelphia San Martin de Tours San Maximiliano Kolbe Santa Teresa de Calcuta San Padre Pio de Pietralcina San Patricio e Irlanda Santiago Apóstol Santos Zacarias e Isabel, padres de Juan Bautista Semana santa – Vistas de las últimas horas de JC Vacaciones Cristianas Valentín Vida en Cristo Virgen de Guadalupe Virtud Vocación a la bienaventuranza Vocación – www.vocación.org Vocación a evangelizar Para comentarios – email – mflynn@lcegionaries.org fb – martin m. flynn Donations to - BANCO - 03069 INTESA SANPAOLO SPA Name – EUR-CA-ASTI. IBAN – IT61Q0306909606100000139493

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