Hello friends and colleagues, today I offer a view of the side facade of the palace of my city which for me is a bit of my childhood, and I was born and raised in a neighborhood around, today is a symbol of my town be gives the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, I hope you enjoy. Then a few letters on the Foundation.
The Recreation Chain, later known as the Palacio de Abrantes, is a palace located in Jerez de la Frontera (Andalusia, Spain). Referring to the nineteenth-century palace architecture and Andalusian Jerez, is currently home to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.
Built in S. XIX, eclectic style, is attributed to the French architect Charles Garnier (author of the Paris Opera and the Monte Carlo Casino), although there is another theory that also defends the authorship of Samuel French architect Revel.
His style is characteristic of nineteenth-century eclectic architecture.
It has two facades, imitates oriental features monumental baroque and classical French Second Empire style called, and the West, which has more influence Neoclassical.
The botanical garden, fruit possessed at the time, great variety of flowers, lakes, ponds, fountains, grottos, iron bridges spanning the waters and exotic animals. Currently has extensive gardens with trees of the Indies and a bright central source.
The palace was commissioned by the French-born businessman Julian vintner Pemartín and Laborde (1861-1868), grandfather of José María Pemán, so the family crest crown the fence at the front door. Subsequently acquired by the Dukes of Abrantes-Carmen de Carvajal y Alcázar, Duchess XII, and Francisco de Borja Zuleta Reals, Belalcázar-Count, who took the name of the building.
The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Jerez de la Frontera, is known worldwide for its exhibit "How the Andalusian Horses Dance", a unique show that showcases and summarizes so seemingly natural, all the work since its foundation develops this institution.
In May 1973, S. M. D. King Juan Carlos I, being Prince of Spain, presented in Jerez de la Frontera to D. Alvaro Domecq Romero the "Golden Horse", the highest honor awarded annually equestrian in our country in recognition of the dedication and work on behalf of the horse world. For this reason, Alvaro Domecq first presented his show "How the Andalusian Horses Dance" becoming the source of our current Foundation.
During the first stage, the School was developed under the personal management of its creator. Later, the Ministry of Information and Tourism decided to take charge of it, shopping for it the "Recreation Chains" the Duke of Abrantes. They then carried out the construction of an indoor arena, designed by architect José Luis Picardo, with capacity for 1,600 people and stables for 60 horses.
In 1982 the Ministry gives the responsibility of managing a Trust School, under the auspices of the Provincial de Cádiz, harnessing its relaunch so nationally and internationally.
The Board signed the purchase in 1983 of the School. Its creator and founder, D. Alvaro Domecq Romero, obtained through a public competition Square Manager.
Since 1986 the Department of the Board has exceeded most optimistic goals, finding and providing the necessary resources Institution: economic, human and technical. It is in this year when the school acquired the block of D. Pedro Domecq de la Riva, consisting of thirty-five Spanish horses and a colorful collection of nineteen chariots of fire with appropriate side dishes, some of which date back to 1730, and saddle and embroidery for horses and coachmen, all parts of incalculable historical value.
In June 1987, S. M. The King receives special audience in the Zarzuela Palace Board members, accepting the Honorary Presidency and the entity granting the title "Royal School". On 15 October the same year SS. MM. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia presided from the Presidential Balcony of the opening ceremony of riding the Royal School Foundation.
In July 2003 the former Royal School Board Foundation becomes, thereby gaining strength in its legal personality and may accept private contributions for its development.
Although the show "How the Andalusian Horses Dance" is, for the outside world, the ultimate form of the work of the school, there are other aspects that are as important or more for the Bank.
Among them we highlight the cultural and social be vehicle Equestrian Heritage; selecting horses for promotion, training of riders from High School, preservation and promotion of dressage and Cowgirl, preserve the prestige of our riding, our Spanish horse race , our traditions and our culture, and with the show, hosting the province of Cadiz and Spain embassy abroad, touring year for various countries.
For all Royal School Foundation conducts training of riders, coachmen hitches, saddlers, clinical assistants and grooms.
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Model: NIKON D3100
Exposure Time: 10/2000 sec
ISO Speed Ratings: 400
Focal Length: 22 mm
Date Taken: 2011-09-27 11:09
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raszid62 (18585) 2013-01-11 4:45
El hermoso palacio barroco, con su magnífica fachada, en la que son esculturas. Hermosa cúpula de la torre. Los árboles forman un marco natural para la imagen. Fotografiar los hermosos colores y excelente calidad.
Nicou (125180) 2013-01-11 4:56
superbe cadrage et vue de ce palace une merveille quelle architecture et mise en valeur avec la belle végétation superbe compo.
bravo et amitié
jacquest (18833) 2013-01-11 5:12
Excellent framing of the subject with the trees. The light gives well saturated colors and good sharpness. Excellent presentation of this interesting architectre.
Sergiom (62954) 2013-01-11 5:44
J'aime beaucoup le cadrage vertical qui donne la vedette à cette magnifique tour qui se dresse dans un ciel impeccable. J'aime la lumière qui anime les statues dans leur alcôve.
snunney (86484) 2013-01-11 5:56
A fine capture of this magnificent palace. I like the contrast between architecture and surrounding greenery. A nicely lit image with good colours and sharpness.
bayno (18342) 2013-01-11 5:59
so good light and colors...i like so much your POV and framing, very nice architecture,
have a lovely WE...
Kamilutka (8095) 2013-01-11 8:11
I like photo as well as this personal touch from you :-) Interesting building and well caught. Good colors and contrast, excellent sharpness. Branches as natural framing always work well for composition.
Have a lovely weekend!
jlbrthnn (76037) 2013-01-11 8:13
Me encantan estos colores saturados hermosas. La composición está bien equilibrado entre la naturaleza y la arquitectura. La calidad es buena. Bravo.
cargus (8613) 2013-01-11 9:34
Beautiful composition, beautiful architecture,beautiful colors, well framed and rendered image well.!
eldancer1 (29473) 2013-01-11 9:44
Excellent pov of the palace! Good use of the trees as frames. Great lighting and dof with sharp details. I like the warm colors. Well done, tfs.
Sonata11 (33298) 2013-01-11 20:23
very beautiful and lovely picture of architecture and nature. You capture this perfectly well. Fantastic management of light, contrast, beautiful colors. Perfectly well done. Thanks for sharing.
bukitgolfb301 (36718) 2013-01-11 23:40
Hi Ciao dear Angel
Ya another tastfeul architecture in your birth place!
Solemn, gorgeous and fantastic image as usual. Vertical format is so stable and comfortable by getting good daylights. So tasetful color touch is sdmirable. Thanks for your sharing and have a good Sat!
Takero from Tokyo
Silvio1953 (125685) 2013-01-12 1:13
Ciao Angel, great view of fantastic palace, excellent clarity, splendid light and wonderful natural colors, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
ChrisJ (100806) 2013-01-12 4:16
The yellow green vegetation contrasts well against the blue cupola & sky. Good sharpness & upward pov. Well composed with excellent control over perspective. Punchy light contrasts and an informative note. Tfs!
claudeD (33982) 2013-01-12 14:06
Very fine picture showing this amazing architecture. Excellent clarity and very good sharpness. Very well done. I l ike the shot very much.TFS.
With regards from Luxembourg
krzychu30 (15510) 2013-01-12 21:19
your Andalucia never let fascinating me with its beautiful architecture.It seems to be at every corner some architectural jewel.The scene is excellently composed and framed.It has fabulous,vivid colors and superb contrast,which help to enlive the atmosphere of this scene.Great work my friend!
Have a nice sunday
SWEETFREEDOM (22962) 2013-01-13 0:57
charming building, fine colors and good p.o.v.
dta (68846) 2013-01-13 1:10
Hola Angel ,
Bel édifice aux riches décorations , bien cadré avec les arbres .
ikeharel (59593) 2013-01-13 3:33
Buenas dias Angel,
Fine architecture's details on the corner of the palace.
Daylight and clarity along with lovely tones collected well.
Enjoy the rest of Sunday,
Haymotion (2729) 2013-01-13 7:19
Muy buena vista de este construcion de espana. Me gusta mucho este "Point of view" con el arbol y la verdura del jardin y este muy linda habitacion.
Perdon pro me pauvre espanol y passe un bon domingo
npecanhuk (67488) 2013-01-13 9:45
Attractive architecture picture!
Special regards to the vertical format, colors, exposure and composition!
TFS - congrats,
josepmarin (57833) 2013-01-14 2:30
la fuerte saturación de los colores da un enorme poder visual a esta imagen, en la que nos presentas la elegante arquitectura de este palacio del siglo XIX, y el eclecticismo de su estilo, bajo una luz agradable que proyecta bonitas sombras sobre los jardines.
El encuadre es eficiente y capta todo lo que querías incluir en tu composición, en un magnífico contraste cromático.
Un bello trabajo, amigo mío.
PD: me sabe mal por el Málaga, pero ayer otro partidazo de récord.
marina7 (8055) 2013-01-14 11:43
beautiful building surrounded by greenery and the day looks bright and shiny. Nice atmosphere.
jurek1951 (42160) 2013-01-15 13:11
great composition with beautiful buildings, wonderful pastel colors, excellent clarity, splendid light and nice details, very well done,
elenimavrandoni (14207) 2013-01-19 12:19
Hola Angel, lo más impressionante y fascinante de tu foto son los colores y el encuadre!
Un Palacio histórico muy attractivo en una foto extraordinaria y un commentario muy interesante!
Otro trabajo más con tu stampa personal!!
Buen fin de semana mi amigo, un abrazo
gus72 (3719) 2013-01-19 19:07
Hola Angel !!
Veo que tuviste a esta foto guardada mas de 1 ano ...... se merecia que la pusieras enseguida..... es linda y es valiosa.
me encanta la cupula en especial de buen estilo Frances.El edificio con tantas decoraciones y detalles es muy importante para tu ciudad.
Nunca vi un marco tan elaborado. Felicitaciones, un trabajo excellente.Mi senora me sorpendio agragando una parada de 4 dias en Barcelona en Junio de esta ano !!!
Que tengas un lindo domingo
Janusz1974 (2824) 2013-01-21 8:59
Beautiful shot for this place with excellent lights, the composition is superb. I likethe attractive architecture.
Noel_Byrne (25748) 2013-02-24 3:20
A very beautiful building, I really admire the level of detail in the sculpture and reliefs on the building itself. You got this in perfect lit too.
Thanks also for the excellent note, you live in a very beautiful part of the world.
fritzi007 (7019) 2015-01-04 0:28
wirklich ein wunderbares Foto mit sehr guter Information. Gratulation!
- Copyright: angel cornejo (cornejo) (33312)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-09-27
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture
- Camera: Nikon D3100, Tamron AF18-200 F/ 3.5-6.3 xr, 62mm HAMA Circular Polarizer
- Exposure: f/7.1, 1/200 seconds
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- Date Submitted: 2013-01-11 4:33