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Probably St. Lawrence was indeed a Spaniard; near Huesca ... its origin in Spain. According to his Parzival, the French troubadour Guiot de Provins brought the story from Toledo. Indeed, Guiot did visit the court of King Alfonso II of Aragon to play.
Pedro Almodóvar ... is the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, where the remains of the apostle Saint James – the patron saint of Spain – are purportedly buried. Staying at paradores, characterful hotels located in converted castles or.
Correspondence: Dr D Moliner-Urdiales, Development (GENUD) Research Group, University of Zaragoza, Edificio Cervantes, St. Corona de Aragón ... than 1 week before the inclusion). 19, 20 A total of 392 adolescents were measured in Zaragoza (Spain), and.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement personnel, return a 16th century tapestry, stolen from a Spanish national cathedral in 1979, to the people of Spain. The tapestry was seized by U.S. Immigration and Customs The 16th century tapestry depicts the Virgin.
A basin or vase, serving as a receptacle for baptismal water in which the candidate for baptism is immersed, or over which he is washed, in the ceremony of Christian initiation. In the Church's present practice it is ordinarily a decorative stone basin.
Unlike in California, Spain’s high-speed rail ... 1 1/2 hours by train. Valencia’s new Joaquin Sorolla train station sits near the old Estació del Nord that serves regional commuter trains and the city’s subway. Just a few blocks away is the Carrer.
The two large Spanish general workers’ unions, UGT and CC OO, have encouraged people to demonstrate in a “paro de país” (country stoppage ... and Civil Guard were under pressure from the hotels where they are staying to leave, and in some cases.
That's what it's like during Las Bodas de Isabel de Segura, a festival dedicated to celebrating the love between two 13th-century young lovers known as Los Amantes de ... Pedro II of Aragón. He traveled from Aragón to the South of France to protect Spain.
All this is nothing in comparison, though, with the village of Peleas de Abajo in western Spain ... In Tardienta, Aragon (population approximately 1,000), the gleaming high-speed train station is used by 22 passengers a day. In Huesca in the Pyrenees.