Spain, Seville – It is the festive season (allegedly)

Ok I’ve tried very hard to ignore it but I have reached the point where I can no longer deny that it is that time of year again. And while we often think of the Northern European take on the festive season they do make rather a big splash with it in Seville too – and the main craft market doesn’t even open until next week! So what does Yuletide look like in Seville?

Nativity scenes at every turn and a nativity market where as you can see there are even babies for sale – had me in stitches. (Barbara – I can see you already sending me an email and asking me to pick up a few samples!)

Decorations are a must – they look great during the day

And at night – with sudden influx of crowds but only for one weekend and sanity has resumed again!

And then there are the shop windows and things that appeared in the hallway of my apartment block

So that’s the only acknowledgement – I think – unless I see anything as funny as the babies……. Have a good one however you spend it xxx

4 thoughts on “Spain, Seville – It is the festive season (allegedly)

  1. Merrilee Davey

    Hahaha! I once brought home from
    somewhere in Italy, and in honour of the “celebration that shall remain nameless,”
    A decoration for my crèche loving friend…a jolly Santa which pulled apart and inside him his was a crèche!?!? Whaaaaaaa??????? Sort of a pagan/Christian decoration!

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