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Most people go through their lives without considering Spain as a focal point of some of the best wines and beautiful buildings in the world, and trhe same is true for its lesser known expressive art form, Flamenco. Visitors usually come to Jerez de la Frontera and find, much to their bewilderment, that this beautiful city serves the best Sherry wine and that a Spanish Flamenco is the most amazing dance form on earth that had been eluding them for so long.
Places of Interest in Jerez de la Frontera
Andalusian Centre of Flamenco
Flamenco is an 18th century composite art form that includes music, dance, expressions and vocalizations together. It is the most famous annual festival of the city and is celebrated in February or March. The Andalusian Centre of Flamenco is an institution in Jerez de la Frontera (Spain) has a collection of Flamenco artifacts, including musical instruments, costumes, promotional posters, sheet music, and postcards. You can also visit its library as a resource for scholars and curious visitors.
Museo Arqueológico Municipal de Jerez de la Frontera (Archaeological Museum of Jerez de la Frontera Municipality)
The Museo Arqueológico Municipal de Jerez de la Frontera (or Archaeological Museum of Jerez de la Frontera Municipality) is housed in an 18th-century building at the Old City Hall of Jerez de la Frontera. It was opened to the public in 1935 AD and is widely renowned for its rare collection of historical artifacts like Corinthian helmet and Roman ceramics.
Plaza del Arenal
It is one of the oldest squares in the city with a statue of General Miguel Primo de Rivera, the dictator of Spain between 1923 and 1930 AD. He upgraded the Spanish roadways and infrastructure to make it at par with the global standards. During these seven years, he had connected most of the Spanish cities to each other and had even developed a subway for Barcelona.