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Emblems of the Spanish Golden Age: The Hapsburgs, Cervantes, Diego Velazquez, and El Escorial

Saturday, June 9, 2018 6:09
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‘The Triumph of Bacchus’ (1628-1629) by Diego Velázquez.

The Spanish Golden Age (known in Spanish as ‘Siglo de Oro’) was a period when the arts experienced a great flourishing in Spain. Whilst this period is often remembered as the age when Spanish literature reached its zenith, other forms of art, including painting, music, and architecture, were also thriving. – Reconstructing the story of humanity’s past


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