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Andalucian day Almeria

  1. 1. ANDALUCIAN DAY
  2. 2. WELCOME TO ALMERÍA Almería was founded due to the need for a better defense system for the regional Arab towns. It was Abd-al-Rahman III who founded the Alcazaba (the Citadel), which gave this city its name: Al-Mari'yah. The ALCAZABA of Almería.
  3. 3. HISTORY  In the first century, Christian documents report that there was one Saint Indaletitus, a missionary is said to have evangelized Urci (Almería)and become it first bishop, is officially the patron saint of Almería.[2]  Later, the city was refounded by Calipha Abd-ar-Rahman III of Córdoba in 955 AD. It was to be a principal harbour in his extensive domain to strengthen his Mediterranean defenCes. Saint Indaletitus.
  4. 4. INDALO In 1868 a almeriense called Manuel de Gongora y Martinez discovered in the cave of the signboard in the town of Velez -Blanco, the schematic drawing of a man with outstretched arms and an arc joining his hands above his head eventually this figure you would Indalo name and will be the symbol of the province of Almeria. According to mythology they say who owns it brings you luck and wealth
  5. 5. GASTRONOMY  The province of Almeria, due to its geographical location is not precisely one of the most fertile lands of Andalusia. This reality is revealed in its gastronomy less extensive than in other Andalusian provinces. Consequently, it is mandatory to get the most out of the products of the earth. As a result, many of its specialties surprise by its originality. Moreover, this must be added the influence that the gastronomy of Almeria has received from other neighboring regions, such as the Alpujarra of Granada or the Murcian cuisine as well as the Mediterranean Sea.  The orchard of Almeria  Of Crop products, there are two basic ingredients such as wheat and potatoes. Thus we find dishes like “migas”, “gachas tortas”, “gurullos”, “patatas bravas” or “alioli”, “patatas en ajopollo”, “tabirnas colorás” or “ajo colorao”.  Other typical dishes are the “tabernero”, “sopa moruna”, “caldo de pimentón”, “acelgas esparragadas” or “arroz a banda”, of Murcian influence. As fruits, stand out Almerian grapes.
  6. 6. SPORTS  Almería is a paradise for active sports. Beach and mountain, desert and  forest trails and spectacular seabed. The athlete in Almería where all possibilities are at hand.  of spectacular natural offering that is in the province of Almeria, from golf to swimming in the wild for much the  year, to sailing, diving, windsurfing, fishing, kayaking, hiking, tennis, paddle tennis, athletics, cycling, football,  basketball, handball, volleyball, shooting, horse riding, caving and more. 
  7. 7. BEACHES  The word Costa evokes the image of fun in the sun on crowded beaches, high rise hotels and max tourism.  Almeria costa is NOT typical of this image, its coastline is probably one of the least crowded and one of the most spectacular in Spain. The beaches of Almeria can be categorised into four geographical areas.
  8. 8. TABERNA´S DESERT The Tabernas Desert Natural Park is located north of the city of Almeria One of its most exploited economic resources is , remarkably , having served as the backdrop for the filming of movies , video and television .
  9. 9. CLIMATE  Almería is the driest city in Europe and is located in the only region on in the European continent with a hot subtropical desert climate. With an average annual temperature of above 19°C it also qualifies as the warmest city in Europe. The dry season (although there is no real wet season) occurs during the hottest months, as in the Mediterranean climate. 

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