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An andalusian colouring was given to composition in Peru during the latter part of the sixteenth century and the early years of the seventeenth by the presence on her soil of certain Spanish writers hailing especially from Seville; among these were Diego Mexía, Diego de Ojeda, and Luis de Belmonte.
I'm spanish and andalusian .. and i dont like .. dislike so much, her song!!
Thoroughbred and andalusian bloodlines are also in the wild mix.
I've just bought a weanling andalusian colt so I'll tell you in a few years what he's like to ride!
hat goes off to the designers - highly entertaining. the 3 petal is my favourite. very andalusian :