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Andalusia Day
The Andalusia Day ( es, Día de Andalucía) is celebrated in 28 February and commemorates the 28 February 1980 1980 Andalusian autonomy initiative referendum, referendum on the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia, in which the Andalusian electorate voted for the statute that made Andalusia an autonomous communities of Spain, autonomous community of Spain. Customs In many municipalities and cities of Andalusia, people decorate their balconies with the national flag of Andalusia and with bunting (textile), bunting echoing its green-and-white bars. Cultural competitions are often held in conjunction with the day. In some cities, especially in the Málaga area, schools are closed for a Semana Cultural ("cultural week"), also known as Semana Blanca ("white week"). The Friday before is often a day of celebration in schools with a traditional Andalusian breakfast (''desayuno andaluz''), consisting of a slice of toast with a thin layer of olive oil and orange juice; students color pictures ...
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Día De Andalucía
The Andalusia Day ( es, Día de Andalucía) is celebrated in 28 February and commemorates the 28 February 1980 1980 Andalusian autonomy initiative referendum, referendum on the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia, in which the Andalusian electorate voted for the statute that made Andalusia an autonomous communities of Spain, autonomous community of Spain. Customs In many municipalities and cities of Andalusia, people decorate their balconies with the national flag of Andalusia and with bunting (textile), bunting echoing its green-and-white bars. Cultural competitions are often held in conjunction with the day. In some cities, especially in the Málaga area, schools are closed for a Semana Cultural ("cultural week"), also known as Semana Blanca ("white week"). The Friday before is often a day of celebration in schools with a traditional Andalusian breakfast (''desayuno andaluz''), consisting of a slice of toast with a thin layer of olive oil and orange juice; students color pictures ...
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