#ThursdayDoors Temporary Doors May Fair #Cordoba, #Spain

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May is a very festive and merry month in Cordoba, Andalusia, where I live. At the moment the city is celebrating the Annual May Fair.

All of the doors are temporary, mostly plywood doors, highly decorated, although others, at least look like real doors, but next Monday, they’ll all be dismantled until next year.

The main door into the Fair Ground is a reproduction of the Mosque-Cathedral, an emblematic, historic moment in Cordoba.

These three doors lead to three of the temporary bars built for the occasion.

The fairgoers walk along the makeshift streets, some wear typical gipsy dresses and dance ‘Sevillanas’, most people pop into the temporary bars to eat tapas, drink white wine and dance to whatever lively music is playing.

There are some more photos in my previous post.

More information about the May Fair in Cordoba here.


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#WordlessWednesday Colourful Shopping in #Cordoba Old Town ‘La Juderia’ #Haiku

Presents for tourists,

Bursting with colour and light.

Free gifts for your eyes.

Typical earthenware nowadays used mainly for decoration.

Miniatures of colourful gypsy dresses.

Real gypsy dresses and skirts worn to dance Sevillanas at the fair.

Don’t forget your fans! You can even cook and dance with a colourful apron!

Last but not least, let’s have a bite to eat… 


Remember to stop and watch colourful street life. Happy Wednesday!