Feria del Caballo - Jerez Horse Fair — Fotopedia
Colour explosion. Andalusian afternoon gold and shadow.

The women of Andalusia have a reputation for having a strong character. And really, I would not want to have a disagreement with any of these ones... /

[Traducción de Google] Explosión de color. Andaluza de oro la tarde y la sombra.

Las mujeres de Andalucía tienen la reputación de tener un carácter fuerte. Y realmente, no quisiera tener un desacuerdo con alguno de estos queridos ...

Part of a set of Images (taken in May 1997) of the Feria del Caballo (Horse Fair) in Gonzalez Hontoria Park (Recinto Ferial), Jerez de la Frontera (province of Cádiz) Andalusia, Spain.

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A scan of a 35mm colour positive slide / transparency.
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Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez de la Frontera is a municipality in the province of Cádiz in the autonomous community of Andalusia, (Spanish: Andalucía) in southwestern Spain, situated midway between the sea and the mountains. As of 2013, the city, the largest in the province, had 215,180 inhabitants; it is the fifth largest in Andalusia. It has become the transportation and communications hub of the province, surpassing even Cádiz, the provincial capital, in economic activity. Jerez de la Frontera is also, in terms of land area, the largest municipality in the province, and its sprawling outlying areas are a fertile zone for agriculture. There are also many cattle ranches and horse-breeding operations, as well as a world-renowned wine industry.

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Andalusian people

The Andalusians (Spanish: Andaluces) are the people of the southern region in Spain approximated by what is now called Andalusia. They are a genetically distinct ethnic group of the Spanish people and the Spanish Language Academy recognizes Andalusian Spanish as a distinct dialect. The Andalusians have a rich culture which includes the Semana Santa (see Holy Week in Spain) and the famous flamenco style of music and dance. Andalusia's own statute of autonomy identifies the region as an "historic nationality" and grants it a high level of devolved political power.The people of Ceuta and Melilla also they are considered to be Andalusian people, since they have characteristics similar to that of Andalusia, as Andalusian dialect and related traditions. Nevertheless from the Spanish transition, Ceuta and Melilla they were separated from Andalusia.