The Day of Andalucía, also known as Andalucía Day (Día de Andalucía), marks the anniversary of a referendum held on February 28, 1980. A majority of voters supported this referendum for Andalucía to become an autonomous community in Spain. Many people spend the day with family or close friends. However, some people organize or attend private parties with traditional music, dancing, food and drink. Some municipalities hold communal meals with traditional foods, drinks and entertainment. Local politicians may present people with certificates or medals for service to the community. Schools and most businesses are closed or have shortened hours on […]
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