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Seville intoxicates, that’s for sure. Its narrow streets drip with oranges for most of the year, it claims to be the birthplace of flamenco and it hosts the biggest and best of Andalucia’s parties, the Feria in April. This page gathers up the best Seville stories and displays them right here…

Travel to Seville Through Fiction

The Seville Communion takes readers into two different worlds. It starts with the priests who guard the Pope’s personal computer in the Vatican. Then we meet Quart, a priest with more than a hint of James Bond and Luca Brazi, who works for the Pope and, well, Christianity at large. He…

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It’s Semana Santa Not the Ku Klux Klan

On a spring afternoon, with orange blossom filtering the sunshine, I saw my first one. Looming tall and dressed entirely in black, the hood masked his face before rising upwards to a point above his head. His hands were gloved, the dark robe flowing and two, blinking dark eyes…

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