Ficus de Mora in Cadiz in 1903

The history of Mora ficus

A walk around Cadiz often begins with a stroll around the historic center, the "casco antiguo". Cadiz is a peninsula. The "casco" looks like a chop (image found by Eli, second guiritana) surrounded by the Atlantic. There's no risk of getting lost along the sea - you'll always end up retracing your steps or turning "for

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Fitz cake is a cake made with citrus peel and dried fruit, marinated in tea and Moscatel de Pasas.

Fitz cake

 Fitz cake is a cake made with citrus zest and dried fruit, marinated in tea and Moscatel de pasas, a muscatel wine made from raisins ("pasas"). Named after the house dog - Fitz, its first taster - in spite of ourselves. One day

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Holy Week in Cadiz, Madruga

Moon and Holy Week

Holy Week is one of the most eagerly awaited feasts in the Spanish calendar. Christians commemorate Christ's Passion, from his triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, the day of his Resurrection. The date of Easter Sunday varies. No Holy Week is complete without the processions organized by

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