- Feria (festival) - Wikipedia
A feria (fair in English) is an annual local festival in Spain and southern France, characterized by bullfights, bull running in the streets, bodegas (outdoor bars or cellars with festive music) and bandas The word festayre (from the Gascon hestaire) means ferias' partiers
- Feria (festival) | Wiki | Everipedia
Feria (festival)'s wiki: A feria is an annual local festival in Spain and southern France, characterized by bullfights, bull running in the streets, bodegas (outdoor bars or cellars with festive music) and bandas The word festayre (from the Gascon hestaire )
- Feria - Wikipedia
The Harvard Dictionary of Music explains the origin of the term `feria as "the reverse of the original meaning of L feria, i e , festival day The reversal came about by extending the use of the word from Sunday to the other days, Sunday being named feria prima, Monday feria secunda, Tuesday feria tertia, etc "
- Seville Fair - Wikipedia
The main entrance to the Seville Fair of 2012, five minutes after the alumbrao Monday night in the Feria de Abril is referred to as la noche del pescaíto (night of the fish) due to the fact that fish is the traditional dish to have for dinner
- feria festival translation French | English-French . . .
The Feria de Abril goes back to the 19th century, when it was a livestock festival but rapidly evolved into a burst of cheer, colour and liveliness where fun is the name of the game La Foire d'avril naît au XIXème siècle comme foire au bétail mais se transforme rapidement en une explosion de joie, de couleur et de vie où le divertissement
- feria - Wiktionary
A weekday on a Church calendar on which no feast is observed ··first-person singular imperfect indicative form of ferir third-person singular imperfect indicative form of ferir
- Feria de las Flores 2018 Schedule of Events and Expat Tips
The La Feria de las Flores 2018 (Festival of Flowers) runs from August 3 – August 12 And the entire 2018 schedule (in Spanish) can be found here The 10-day festival is a huge annual celebration of paisa culture
- festival - Wiktionary
Wikipedia Etymology From Old French festival, from Late Latin fēstīvālis, from Latin fēstīvus Latin: feria, festum, festivitas festival (definite accusative festival