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Museum of Flamenco Dance

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Ranked #2 in Seville Must-Visit Museums
Opening Soon Open from 11:00am-6:30pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos 3, 41004, SevilleMap

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🌟 In Seville, Spain, we watched the Francois dance of the local gypsies in TABLO FLAMENCO EL PALACIO ANDALUZ theater and experienced the wonderful performances of the intense visual and auditory version of the full-tone version, which made me feel deeply their persistent, affectionate and passionate performance. 🌟Flamenco Introduction: It is a comprehensive art in Spain, which combines dance, singing and instrumentation, and originates from places where traditional gypsy people live, such as Cadiz, Alcala, Utrera, Jerez, Sevilla, etc. Most of these places are in southern Spain, so Flamenco is popular in the region, and even now the most atmospheric area of Flamenco is still in the south. Today, Flamenco is one of the most distinctive and representative art in Spain. Flamenco, with its freedom and gypsy, blended with the nobleness of Europe and the fervent enthusiasm of America, has been reputed on the world stage and is increasingly accepted and loved. 🌟Some people say that Franco is a chronic poison, deep in it, deeper and deeper, but he is a lifestyle of the local people, their strong dance steps, unrestrained dance, is their attitude to the difficult situation and still optimistic ~


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One of the very few museums dedicated to the art of flamenco dance, the Flamenco Dance Museum in Seville opened in 2006. Visitors can learn about the origin and evolution of the art of flamenco dancing through the museum. The museum showcases this art in many ways by combining the history of flamenco dancing with modern display equipment. Here, the audience can gain an in-depth understanding of the origin, evolution and branches of flamenco dance. There is a flamenco dance performance in the atrium of the museum every night at 7 o'clock, you can go to watch it.
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