Free Essay


In: Other Topics

Submitted By mikeminh
Words 1727
Pages 7
El Centro
The appropriately named Centro (Center) has been the hub of Sevilla culture and activity for centuries! With stunning architecture, monumental buildings, great shopping and much more,
Santa Cruz
With winding streets, white-washed buildings and flower-filled patios, the city's former Jewish district is certainly the most picturesque section of Sevilla. Here you can find anything from hole-in-the-wall flamenco venues to major landmarks like the world's largest cathedral!
María Luisa
The main draw of this area is, not surprisingly, the lush Parque de María Luisa (María Luisa Park). However, in the immediate area find museums, theaters and historical buildings like the Real Fábrica de Tabacos (Royal Tobacco Factory)- the setting for the famous opera Cármen!
La Macarena
Yes, THE Macarena of cult song fame. With cobbled stones, ancient city walls, a gritty atmosphere and the Virgin of Semana Santa (Holy Week) fame, its atmosphere is unparallelled.
Sevilla's traditional gypsy neighborhood, Triana, is known for its lively atmosphere and the most genuine flamenco. In fact, some of the best places to see the beloved song and dance are found here, across the river and removed from the hustle of the touristic Centro.
Los Remedios, La Cartuja & Expo '92 Site
These neighborhoods on the western shores of the Guadalquivir River are undoubtedly the later additions to Sevilla. The Expo '92 Site today offers an amusement park, along with the Cartuja monastery where Christopher Columbus is known to have spent some quiet time. Meanwhile, the annual Feria de Abril calls Los Remedios home.
El Arenal
A 13th century tower and one of the most famous bullrings in the world take center stage in El Arenal. This area of town, once the main port area during Sevilla's golden commerce era, is a veritable hot bed of culture boasting theaters, historical buildings, flamenco venues and more! huevos a la flamenca (eggs with tomato sauce), gazpacho (cold, vegetable-based soup), rabo de toro (bull's tail), and pescaíto frito (fried fish).

Look for yemas (sweets made from egg yolk and sugar), mermeladas caseras (homemade marmelades), rosquillas rellenas de cidra (cider pastries), and rosquitos (various pastries) from any of the following convents in Sevilla:
-San Leandro
-Santa Paula
-Santa Clara
-San Clemente
-Santa Inés

Inside the historical and artistic heritage of the city, the most representative monuments are: The Giralda, The Cathedral, The Alcazar, El Archivo de Indias and The Golden Tower. Some of these monuments were declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987.

The most important museums are: The Fine Arts Museum (Bellas Artes), the museum of carriages, the naval museum, Andalusian Center of Contemporary Art, Pilate's House, Palace of the Lebrija Countess, Museum of Carriages and many others.

Museo del Baile Flamenco

Serranito which is a popular version of fast food.
• Gazpacho Andaluz (Andalusian Gazpacho): A cold soup made of bread, tomato, cucumber, garlic, olive oil, paprika and vinegar.
• Serranito: It’s a warm sandwich made up of bread, pork or chicken, ham and pepper. It’s prepared in Andalusia.
• Tortilla Española: It’s cooked in olive oil and features fried, thinly-sliced potatoes together with eggs; sometimes you can add vegetables.
• Cocido Andaluz: Its preparation is similar to that of the traditional “cocido”; it’s full of garbanzos and selected meats.
• Vino de Jerez: A traditional drink served during April festival.
• Torta de aceite: Its ingredients are wheat flour, almonds, sesame seeds and anise, the most important ingredient is the extra virgin olive oil; this dessert is the healthiest of the Mediterranean cuisine.
• Alfajor: It’s a group of cookies glued with sweet filling.
• Rabo de Toro: It’s a typical dish from Cordoba, but according to the Andalusian recipe.
• The Cathedral of Seville was once judged the third largest church in the world after Saint Peter's in Rome and Saint Paul's in London, it is now arguably the largest church in the world when compared using the measurement of volume. Seville's fifteenth century cathedral occupies the site of the former great mosque built in the late twelfth century. The central nave rises to an awesome 37 metres over a total area of 11,520 square metres. The Cathedral is the final resting place of the remains of Christopher Columbus.
• La Giralda is a large and beautiful minaret tower, originally intended for the chief mosque, but now is the magnificent bell tower of the Cathedral and a symbol of Seville. Climb the 34 ramps for a great view of the city. Adult admission to both attractions is €9 each.
• The Real Alcázar is a beautiful palace in Mudéjar (Moorish) style, built in the XIV Century by Pedro I the Cruel. With its myriad rooms, extravagant architecture, lavish gardens with many courtyards, ponds and secrets to be explored, it is a fascinating place to visit. Be sure to check out the room where Christopher Columbus's journey to the Americas were planned. You can see his coat of arms embroidered on the wall along with many other royals. In the heat of summer it offers a cool retreat from the suns glare and can quite easily keep you occupied for a few centuries, if not all of your life. Adult admission is €8,50 - students younger than 25 years pay €2.
• The Jewish Quarter (Barrio Santa Cruz) is located around the Cathedral. It is filled with small winding streets and is generally regarded as the most charming part of the city, but it is also fairly touristy.
• The Hospital de los Venerables, Plaza de los Venerables. A 17th century retirement home and hospital for aged and sickly retired priests, recently restored by the Fundación to preserve an example of Andalusian architecture at its very best. Includes a resplendent Baroque chapel which is highly recommended. Adult admission is €4.75 and includes an informative audio guide.
• Torre de Oro is a thirteenth century tower, the top of which is rumored to have once been covered in gold. It now houses the local maritime museum. Admission €1 for students.
• Parque María Luisa was built for the 1929 Iber-Americano World's Fair and now is landscaped with attractive monuments and museums.
• Plaza de España is the site of the Spanish pavilion from the 1929 exhibition. In more recent years it was used in the filming of the new Star Wars episodes. It is somewhat in need of repair. Visit it early in the morning on a weekday to see a long line of immigrants outside one of the government offices it now houses, or visit it right before it closes (officially at 10PM but likely half an hour later) to see it completely empty and rather eerie.
• The Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija (The Lebrija Palace), (Calle Cuna), [6]. Mo-Fr 10:30-19:30 (Jul/Aug: 09:00-15:00), Sat 10:00-19:00 (Jul/Aug: 10:00-14:00Uhr), Sun 10:00-14:00 (Jul-Aug: closed). The palace is considered the “best paved house-palace in Europe” owing to its collection of roman mosaics, which paved practically the whole of the ground floor. There is also a collection of well parapets, vases, amphora, columns and sculptures of incalculable worth. On the upper floor you can visit the residences previously inhabited by the Countess and her decedents, up to only a few years ago; extremely well preserved, they are today filled with ornaments and furniture from all over the world, priceless artwork by Van Dyke, Bruegel, Alonso Cano, amongst others, as well as collections of porcelain and glass. edit
• Casa de Pilatos. A sixteenth century palace and generally thought to be one of the best in the city. Admission €8, free after 1PM on Tuesdays. edit
• Palacio de Arzobispal. Located in the historical section of the city and is home to various clergy and the Archbishop. On the outside you only can catch a glimpse of the patio but on the inside there are important works of art. edit
Museums and Galleries
• The Museo de Bellas Artes, Plaza del Museo, 9, +34 954 22 18 29, +34 954 22 07 90, [7]. Open Tu 3PM-8PM, W-Sa 9AM-8PM, Su 9AM-2PM, closed Mon, free entrance for EU citizens. Considered by some as the second most important fine arts museum in Spain after the Prado in Madrid. The museum building is a former mercy convent renewed in the 17th century and the fifteen exhibition rooms show a comprehensive picture of Sevillian art from the Gothic period to the early trends of the 20th century. The square just outside hosts an open-air art market on Sundays until around 1:30PM. Plenty of original paintings on local topics, although some not so interesting bits as well!
• Museo de Carruajes, Plaza de Cuba, +34 95 427 2604. Open M-F 10AM-2PM. A small museum with carriages of various kinds. Free admission for EU citizens, €3.60 for other nationals.
• Museo del Baile Flamenco, Cristina Hoyos' Flamenco Dance Museum offers an experience for all the senses with ambiental music, videos, touch-screens and artifacts to be found in this 18th Century building at the heart of the historical Barrio Santa Cruz. On Friday and Saturday evenings a spectacular show is hosted at a discounted price for visitors to the museum at 19:03. Flamenco art and photography exhibitions are also on display as well as offering dance, singing, precussion and guitar lessons. Open all day everyday from 09:00 - 19:00. [8] tel: 00.34.954.34.03.11, Address: Museo del Baile Flamenco, C/ Manuel Rojas Marcos 3, 41.004 Sevilla

open-air market. Vendors in many parts of the city sell on the streets, but on Sunday, when everything else is closed, a few spots really fill up. One market is located behind the Alcampo shopping center at Ronda del Tamarguillo on Avenida de la Paz (Bus lines 30, 36 from Prado de San Sebastian), but it is easily outdone by a large flea market, selling clothes, furniture, trash, books, shoes, CDs, food, tools, and probably everything else just northwest of Triana near Avenida Carlos III (off of the left-hand side of most tourist maps).
Climb to the top of the Cerro de Carambolo for a view of the whole city. The hill is outside of the town but can be reached on the M-170, M-171, and M-173 from the Plaza de Armas bus station.…...

Similar Documents

Free Essay

La Revolucion Industrial

...obtener ingresos mediante el cobro de impuestos que a su vez le permitían costear los gastos militares. Asimismo la explotación de las colonias era un método considerado legítimo para obtener metales preciosos y materias primas para sus industrias. Implementación. Las flotas y los galeones. En los primeros tiempos se organizaban expediciones sueltas que enviaba cada armador o comerciante; pero el contrabando y los piratas obligaron a las autoridades a formar flotas compuestas por varias naves artilladas que navegaban juntas. A partir de 1573 este sistema de "flotas y galeones" se volvió obligatorio y oficial y todo navío debía ir o regresar de México formando parte de la flota bajo pena de severas sanciones. Cada año se equipaban en Sevilla dos flotas: una con destino a Veracruz (México), denominada flota de "Nueva España" y la otra a Portobelo (Panamá), llamada de "Tierra Firme" de la que se desvinculaban algunas naves para Cartagena y Caracas: una Quinada Real les servía de protección. La flota de Tierra Firme marchaban directamente de España a Santo Domingo, licenciaba allí los barcos que se dirigían a Río de Hacha. Venezuela, Margarita, etc. Y seguía con los demás hasta Cartagena y Santa Marta. De allí, al cabo de un mes, se dirigían a Portobelo, desde donde los productos eran transportados por tierra hasta Panamá, y de allí embarcados para el Callao, donde se separaban los destinados a Chile. Los que debían ser enviados al Alto Perú, eran transportados a lomo de......

Words: 1769 - Pages: 8

Free Essay

Spanish Translation

...Traducción en página setenta y cuatro María es una católica y vive en Andalucía. Ella vive aún/todavía con sus padres. Le gustaría que convivir con su novio. Pero al principio él tenía que terminar su educación. Es barato que pagara un piso. Como católicos practicantes pueden tampoco viven que sin están casado. Dios es una persona importante en la vida de María Luisa. Desmasiadas le agradezco ha Él. Además va a la confesión y comulgar. Todo los años toma parte en las preparaciónes de Semana Santa. Le gusta gue ve, cuando las procesiónes van por las calles. Ahora mismo quiere ir con esa nazarena. Descripción de la foto en página setenta y cinco La foto representa la Semana Santa en Sevilla, en que los católicos disfrazaran como de nazarenas. La Semana Santa es una fiesta de Sevilla, donde que los habitantes celebran la pascua florida, pero María Luisa parece que el catolicismo perde los jóvenes en España. En la foto hay una nazarena como esta en el centro con una chica. La chica lleva pelo negro, un arillo, una chaqueta negra, pantis negros con rayas y zapatos negros y blancos. La chica tiene también un bolso. La nazarena llevo una espicie de una sontana blanca y gris y una capucha gris con dos agujeros para los ojos. A la derecha de la chica hay un hombre distinguido y detrás de la chica hay una niña. El hombre llevo una camisa con cuadricoladas, vaqueros negros y zapatos negros. En la cara es gafas de sol que es grande y negro. Encima de hombre es una......

Words: 341 - Pages: 2

Free Essay


... |Abbey Punzalan |Asst. Secretary |09352661510 | |Promotions |Sarah Sevilla |Kagawad |09063691731 | | |TJ Lagua |Kagawad |09127380009 | Objectives: The objective of this project is to promote preservation of the cleanliness and the beauty of the barangay’s environment. This project also aims to make the residents of the barangay to be aware of the different exquisite attractions of nature in our barangay. Product/Services: The deadline of submission of the photo entries will be on May 18, 2012. The photos will be exhibited inside the Nature’s Park. The photo exhibit will be displayed for one week for the residents to visit and discover. The announcement of winners will be held on the last day of the exhibit. The last day of the exhibit will be the closing ceremony of the SK’s Environment Week. There will be also game activities for the participants of the event. The SK officials will facilitate the program headed by the SK Chairman, Lara Pabalan; SK Kagawads: Jake Sabuquia, Ariel Claveria, Abbey Punzalan, Reno Buquing, Sarah Sevilla, TJ Lagua and EJ Sabinay. Program Flow: |DATE |TIME |ACTIVITY ...

Words: 534 - Pages: 3

Premium Essay

Chapter 1

...make them satisfied with our work. II. Background of the study Way back in the early years of 1999, Ms. Roselyn Sevilla was a teacher and with her love to her profession as teaching she dreamed to establish her own school someday. She was inspired by the hardworking and dedicated children who want to learn. On 1999, RVS Achiever’s Academy in Harmony Hills I, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan is a school established by Ms.Sevilla. It was started as a Preparatory school and because of their good service of education they became an Elementary School on 2001 and later on, in 2003, they started to teach the Secondary Education. They became the pioneer school having their MISSION “To provide quality basic education, to every learning in order to become a unique individual child, who is capable of showing good values in his word and action, peace and loving, showing awareness and concern in the environment and to become a citizen of this nation.” And VISION, “RVS Achievers Academy Inc. envision every student of this institution to be equipped to face every life challenges to become knowledgeable in all aspect of life and fear with desirable values, humane as a zealous love in our country and above all God fearing.” RVS Achiever’s Academy is known before as Roselyn V. Sevilla Achiever’s Academy followed by the name of the founder. This school gives the students not only inside learning but also in the real world. They......

Words: 1056 - Pages: 5

Free Essay


...Francia Portugal Islas Baleares (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza..) Islas Canárias Marruecos (Ceuta y Melilla) Principales Ciudades Fútbol España Campeón del Mundo - Sudáfrica - 2010 La Liga Española de Fútbol •  2010/2011 – equipos: –  FC Barcelona –  Real Madrid –  Valencia –  Sevilla –  Atletico Madrid –  Villareal –  Deportivo la Coruña –  Mallorca –  …..etc Baloncesto 2014 FIBA Mundial de Baloncesto en España Baloncesto: EE.UU. el único que puede con España ( Tenis – Top 10 ATP Fernando Verdasco Rafael Nadal David Ferrer Formula 1 Fernando Alonso Comida •  Mercado La Boqueria en Barcelona Comida •  Marisco y pescado Comida •  Paella y Arroz Comida •  Tortilla Comida •  Jamón Playas Playas Fiestas - Semana Santa Fiestas - San Fermin Fiestas - Fallas de Valencia Fiestas - Hogueras de San Juan Fiestas - Tomatina Fiestas - Moros y Cristianos Fiestas- Los toros Musica y Danza •  Flamenco Arte y Arquitectura •  Madrid – La capital Arte y Arquitectura •  Gaudí y Barcelona Arte y Arquitectura •  Sevilla Arte y Arquitectura •  Valencia y el moderno Arte y Arquitectura •  Picasso en el Museu Reina Sofia •  Museo del Prado en Madrid Arte y Arquitectura •  Museo Guggenheim en Bilbao So, what was the movie? Muchas Gracias ...

Words: 264 - Pages: 2

Premium Essay

Educational Phylosophy

...Jhessa Sevilla Layag Youth are considered to be the hope for tomorrow so as the teacher. Today’s world offers an even greater success in the educative process and this won’t be possible without the existence of a teacher. Not just a typical teacher but a very effective and efficient teacher. They say, “Good teachers are not born but made and trained.” A teacher who knows what the interest are and needs of each student, who is flexible and considerable. Likewise, there are no learners that are born genius or smart, they are also trained by their teacher and this depends on how he/she teaches. A teacher who doesn’t just leave something for the learners to do with but a teacher who helps his/her learners to cope up with the latest educative trends. An effective teacher who is doing the right thing and an efficient teacher who is doing things right. A teacher who facilitates the whole class and guide each student on their own right track. Learners learn best when they do actual things. When they can apply what they have learned on their daily lives and prepare them on becoming productive citizens which is obtain when there is a wholistic learning that touches their three domains and their multiple intelligences. All learner is a unique individual who needs secure, caring and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. Students sometimes realize that studying is difficult and it requires a lot of patience,......

Words: 355 - Pages: 2

Premium Essay

Neuro Link

...Sevilla, Daniel Jherrold S. Mgt 121 Company Concept: “Neuro Link Entertainment” * This is gaming console company that will introduce the world to a whole new gaming experience. It will take gaming to a whole new level that surpasses the present gaming consoles. This company opens the gate of Virtual Reality gaming to the 21st century. With the use of innovations of bio-chemistry and bio-engineering, it made Virtual Reality possible in this time and age. Our company came up with its first virtual reality console call Neuro Linker that is soon be released in the market soon enough. Our Console introduces a system called the Full Dive System (FDS) where in it creates a Virtual Reality environment that is similar to ours, that it feels so realistic. The key components used in this system as well as the console is that it uses the technological advancements of bio-chemistry and bio-engineering to stimulate the nervous system to make the individual see, feel, hear, smell the Virtual Reality Games that is being used. Mission * The mission of this company is to keep on enhancing the gaming experiences of consoles for the enjoyment of our customers. Also it aims to deliver the best gaming consoles that we could offer in the near future. Vision * We envision our company to be one of the top grossing game consoles company for the next 5 years and to be able to surpass our previous works to another one for the benefit of our customers. Values * This company is......

Words: 346 - Pages: 2

Free Essay

Tally Sheet

...B. Navas, Alma, C 2. A. Medina, Rocelio, Salvador B. Medina, Gimar, Lucas 3. A. Abuan. Marcelina, Antonio B. Abuan, Julius, Antonio C. Abuan, Romeo Jr., Antonio D. De Luna, Pablo, Lumicao 4. Yuson. Joselito, Mamauag 5. Dela Pena, Ruel, Sangutan 6. Pacaba, Marlon, Mangantulao 7. Tania, Cesar, Paggao 8. A. Galiza, Ernesto, Pascual B. Galiza, Ernisol, Paggao 9. Bambico, Privelin, Badua 10. Mauricio, Ricardo, Esteban 11. Elas, Wilfredo, Currameng 12. Dulay, Rolando, Loren 13. Gonzalez, Jessie , Sevilla 14. Gonzalez, Zenaida, Sevilla 15. Ramos, Dominador, Casimiro 16. Bibat, Elmer, Trinidad 17. Apolonio, Eutiquio, Tomas 18. A. Valdez, Renato B. Hintog, Vergilio 19. Merculio, Randy, Ramos 20. Castelo, Froilan, Cristobal 21. Batungbakal, Marco, San Gabriel 22. Pocsidio, Shirly, Agustin 23. Dela Cruz, Gualberta, Ylarde 24. Ramirez, Enrique, Sevilla 25. Returco, Rodrigo, Gandela 26. Secretario, Lito, Dacusin 27. Jordan, Rafael, Magday 28. Munda, Marlon, Navas 29. Paguyo, Lilia, Antonio 30. Delmendo, Reynold, Bambico 31. Munda, Benjamin Jr. Navas 32. Castillo, Villanor, C. 33. Jimenez, Jessie, Galdonez 34. Castillo, Richard, Lantano 35. Julian, Luceria, Ponce 36. Alejandro, Jovito, Esguerra 37. Flores, Marco, Jimenez 38. Fernandez, Ariel, Battolon 39. A. Antonio, Cipriano, Domingo B. Antonio, Elpidio, Callo 40. Flores,......

Words: 949 - Pages: 4

Premium Essay

Self-Awareness in the Spanish Culture

...Self-Awareness Assignment I thought I knew everything about culture because I have studied this phenomenon in four intercultural communication courses in the past. I have learned many concepts and terms, but actually being in the context where the cultural differences are taken place is another story. I have learned a lot about the Spanish culture and myself while living in Sevilla; whether it is truly understanding the culture I belong to, values I cherish, and/or expanding my perspectives while staying true to my culture. I still have a lot to learn about the Spanish culture, because I have some unanswered questions to why Spaniards do certain things. I know cultures are continuously evolving so I have to understand that I will not fully understand a culture’s values unless I am from it. Values are influenced by one’s upbringing and how they were raised by their parents. Parents usually embed values into their kids by implementing what they know from their culture. My parents learned these important values from my grandparents. My grandparents were immigrants of Sicilia and Pais Vasco, so they know the importance of starting a new life and working hard to build a foundation for a family. Generations later, I embed these values in my life every day, so I can express the importance of hard work to my children in the future. I am a Sicilian-American who is from the small fishing town Monterey, California. I am unconsciously influenced by the language (slang) and lifestyle......

Words: 1307 - Pages: 6

Free Essay

Sedes Judiciales

...Surco N° 638 Av. Surco N° 638 Av. Surco N° 638 Av. Surco N° 638 Av. Surco N° 638 SEDE DISTRITO SURQUILLO DEPENDENCIA 1° Juzgado de Paz Letrado 2° Juzgado de Paz Letrado DIRECCIÓN Calle Miguel Iglesias N° 201 Calle Miguel Iglesias N° 201 SEDE DISTRITO VILLA EL SALVADOR DEPENDENCIA Juzgado Mixto 1° Juzgado Penal Transitorio 1° Juzgado de Paz Letrado 2° Juzgado de Paz Letrado 3° Juzgado de Paz Letrado 4° Juzgado de Paz Letrado 2° Juzgado Penal Transitorio Juzgado Transitorio de Familia Penal DIRECCIÓN Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23-A Mz. J Lote 17 Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23 Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23 Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23 Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23 Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23 Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23 Av. Pastor Sevilla con 1° de Mayo, Sector 1 Grupo 23 SEDE DISTRITO VILLA MARÍA DEL TRIUNFO DEPENDENCIA 2° Juzgado Mixto 4° Juzgado de Paz Letrado Juzgado Penal Transitorio Juzgado Transitorio de Familia Civil DEPENDENCIA Módulo Básico de Villa María del Triunfo 1° Juzgado Mixto Juzgado Penal 1° Juzgado de Paz Letrado 2° Juzgado de Paz Letrado 3° Juzgado de Paz Letrado DIRECCIÓN PPJJ. José C. Mariategui, Lt. 22 Mz. 25 Sector Vallecito PPJJ. José C. Mariategui, Lt. 22 Mz. 25 Sector Vallecito Bajo, III etapa Calle Mariano Necochea......

Words: 5088 - Pages: 21

Free Essay


...onderste regio de hoofdstaat) Provincies: • Almeria (670D) • Cadiz (1,2MIL) • Cordoba (800D) • Granada (900D) • Huelva (500D) • Jaen (650D) • Malaga (1,5MIL) • Sevilla (1,8MIL) (HOOFDSTAD) D= duizend MIL=miljoen (getallen zijn het circa aantal inwoners) LIGGING: Andalusië is gelegen in het zuiden van Spanje. Het gebied grenst in het noorden aan Extremadura en Castilië-La Mancha, in het oosten aan Murcia, in het zuiden aan de Middellandse Zee en Gibraltar, en in het westen aan Portugal en de Atlantische Oceaan. Geografisch gezien valt Andalusië te verdelen in drie delen: • De Sierra Nevada • De Sierra Morena in het noorden op het grensgebied van Extremadura en Castilië-La Mancha. • De vallei van de Guadalquivir ligt hiertussenin, met het beschermde moerasgebied "Marismas del Guadalquivir”. KLIMAAT: De zomers zijn droog en de winters zacht. Maar binnen Andalusië zijn er veel verschillen, van de uitgebreide kusten tot de besneeuwde toppen van de Sierra Nevada. Mensen kunnen soms s’ochtend gaan skien en bijvoorbeeld in de middag gaan zwemmen omdat de temperatuur zo verschilt bij de bergen. Terwijl de kustplekken meestal een normaal klimaat hebben,kan het in het binnenland enorm heet worden: de regio Sevilla is wat dat betreft bekend voor de hitte de temperatuur stijgt er 's zomers vaak boven de veertig graden. Ook zijn er veel droge plekken te vinden aangezien Spanje toch dicht bij de evenaar......

Words: 1107 - Pages: 5

Free Essay

Rh Law

...BACKGROUND TERTIARY :Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing 2010-2014 Bantangas State University ARASOF Nasugbu Campus Bucana, Nasugbu, Batangas SECONDARY : Lian National High School 2005-2009 Malaruhatan Lian, Batangas PRIMARY : Kapito Elementary School 1999-2005 KapitoLianBatangas SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED September 27, 2010 Youth Entrepreneurship Summit 2010 World Trade Center Pasay City October 3, 2012 CASHFLOW 101 Seminar –Workshop Sevilla Hall, BatStateU ARASOF Nasugbu, Batangas September 1, 2012 Leadership Seminar-Workshop: KabataanPag-asakang Bayan Sevilla Hall, BatStateU ARASOF Nasugbu, Batangas February 15, 2013 The Empowerment of Youth Entrepreneurship Immaculate Conception College Balayan, Batangas September 4, 2013 An Orientation Seminar on OJT, Job Placement and Review Classes JOSON Gymnasium, BatStateU ARASOF Nasugbu, Batangas WORK /TRAINING’S EXPERIENCES November 2013-February 2014 On-the-Job Training BangkoKabayan Inc., NasugbuBatangas April 2014 – July 2014 Cashier Jabez Medical Center Nasugbu, Batangas August 2014- December 2014 Sales Clerk Meridien Business Leader Inc. (MBL)......

Words: 406 - Pages: 2

Free Essay

History of the Philippine Nursing

...childbirth were attributed to “nonos” * Evil spirits could be driven away by persons with powers to expel demons * Belief in special Gods of healing: priest-physician, word doctors, herbolarios/herb doctors Early Hospitals during the Spanish Regime – religious orders exerted efforts to care for the sick by building hospitals in different parts of the Philippines: * Hospital Real de Manila San Juan de Dios Hospital * San Lazaro Hospital Hospital de Aguas Santas * Hospital de Indios Prominent personages involved during the Philippine Revolution 1.        Josephine Bracken – wife of Jose Rizal installed a field hospital in an estate in Tejeros that provided nursing care to the wounded night and day. 2.        Rose Sevilla de Alvaro – converted their house into quanters for Filipino soldiers during the Phil-American War in 1899. 3.        Hilaria de Aguinaldo –wife of Emlio Aginaldo organized the Filipino Red Cross. 4.        Melchora Aquino – (Tandang Sora) nursed the wounded Filipino soldiers, gave them shelter and food. 5.        Captain Salomen – a revolutionary leader in Nueva Ecija provided nursing care to the wounded when not in combat. 6.        Agueda Kahabagan – revolutionary leader in Laguna also provided nursing services to her troops. 7.        Trinidad Tecson (Ina ng Biak na Bato) – stayed in the hospital at Biac na Bato to care for the wounded soldiers. School Of Nursing 1.        St. Paul’s Hospital School of Nursing,......

Words: 1268 - Pages: 6

Free Essay

Qrb 501

...Dollars at time O * (Index at time A/Index at time O) for each month as represented in year five of Table 1 (Sevilla & Somers, 2007, p. 136). Additional information is obtained from the histogram in Table 4.2 created by the frequency of indices as represented in Table 4.1. This graph shows the mean to be 226 and the standard deviation to be 94. The histogram also shows that the data is skewed rather than a normal distribution indicating months of lower inventory scattered throughout the year (Sevill & Somers, 2007, p. 293). Table 4. Frequency Range of Indices for Summer Historical Inventory Data. Table 4.2. Histogram of Indices for Summer Historical Inventory Data. In conclusion, stale inventory is reduced by analyzing historical inventory data and forecasting future need. The inventory data converted into an index shows the respective change in inventory from month to month and year to year. This index is then plotted and represented in the form of a histogram to show times of increased and decreased inventory volume. Finally, forecasting future cost of inventory allows the organization to predict times of excess inventory and more accurately order product reducing the amount of stale inventory.   References Sevilla, A. A. & Somers, K. 2007. Quantitative Reasoning. Tools For Taday’s Informed Citizen. Published by Key College Publishing,......

Words: 1340 - Pages: 6

Free Essay


...Getafe - FC BarcelonaLeague - Round 4 Sun 09/16/2012 - FC Barcelona - Granada C.F League - Round 5 Sun 09/23/2012 - Sevilla - FC Barcelona League - Round 6 Sun 09/30/2012 - OCTOBER:- FC Barcelona - Real Madrid League - Round 7 Sun 10/ 7/2012 - Deportivo de La Coruña - FC Barcelona League - Round 8 Sun 10/21/2012 - Rayo Vallecano - FC Barcelona League - Round 9 Sun 10/28/2012 - NOVEMBER:- FC Barcelona - Celta de Vigo League - Round 10 Sun 11/ 4/2012 - Mallorca - FC Barcelona League - Round 11 Sun 11/11/2012 - FC Barcelona - Zaragoza League - Round 12 Sun 11/18/2012 - Levante - FC Barcelona League - Round 13 Sun 11/25/2012 - DECEMBER:- FC Barcelona - Athletic Club League - Round 14 Sun 12/ 2/2012 - Betis - FC Barcelona League - Round 15 Sun 12/ 9/2012 - FC Barcelona - At. Madrid League - Round 16 Sun 12/16/2012 - Valladolid - FC Barcelona League - Round 17 Sat 12/22/2012 - JANUARY:- FC Barcelona - Espanyol League - Round 18 Sun 01/ 6/2013 - Málaga - FC Barcelona League - Round 19 Sun 01/13/2013 - Real Sociedad - FC Barcelona League - Round 20 Sun 01/20/2013 - FC Barcelona - Osasuna League - Round 21 Sun 01/27/2013 - FEBRUARY:- Valencia - FC Barcelona League - Round 22 Sun 02/ 3/2013 - FC Barcelona - Getafe League - Round 23 Sun 02/10/2013 - Granada C.F - FC Barcelon aLeague - Round 24 Sun 02/17/2013 - FC Barcelona - Sevilla League - Round 25 Sun 02/24/2013 - MARCH:- Real Madrid - FC Barcelona League - Round 26 Sun 03/......

Words: 378 - Pages: 2