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La Feria de Abril de Sevilla Objetivos: -To understand what La Feria de Abril de Sevilla is. - To produce an event poster about it yourself.
La Feria de Abril de Sevilla lasts for one week and starts on the Monday two weeks after Easter Sunday. Please click on the link below and play track 24 to run in the background of this PP. http://www.euroclubschools.co.uk/images/mp 3player.htm
Approximately one million people attend the festival. It began as a cattle market in 1847 with tents erected for the selling of the animals.
Nowadays, the tents are striped in bright colours and inside there is music and dancing. The tents are called casetas (little houses). Most of the casetas are erected in an area of the festival known as El Real de la Feria, and there are around one thousand of them!
Every year, there is a temporary gateway to the Feria, called La Portada. Right are the gateways of 2008 and 2009. The gateway is covered in electric light bulbs so that it is lit up at night time. For that reason, it is also known as La Alumbrada, meaning 'the illuminated one.'
The very first gateway to open the Seville Fair.
Each day there is a fairground known as 'the street of hell' (La Calle del Infierno), horse parades, bull-fights, dancing and music, and general merry-making!
At the end of the week of festivities, there are fireworks. The way to say 'fireworks' in Spanish is 'los fuegos artificiales.‘ It is well-known that people (including children) return home at dawn following a night at La Feria de Sevilla.
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Each year, there is a poster to advertise the event.