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A description of life in Pruna, a village in the Andalusian mountains

The delightful Spanish village of Pruna and all the facts and fancies you need to know so as to enjoy Pruna to the full

Saturday night in Pruna
01 July 2014 @ 21:09

The new mayor has revolutionised Pruna, a devotee of all things flamenco, a sports supporter, in the three years he has been in charge Pruna has become so much more vibrant.

Concerts abound, free Flamenco classes every wednesday afternoon for beginners, many more art and culture events.

Last Saturday (28 June) was typical, the evening kicked with a Mariachi band while a stage was erected followed by by an evening of flamenco, singing, pop bands and laughter.

The square was packed and the enertainment went on til 3am, free, of course, just buy a few drinks from the bars you sit in to watch.

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Lagalesa said:
18 September 2014 @ 13:00

This is the type of thing we are looking forward to!

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