Seville´s town hall is currently hosting an exhibition Sevilla: Past, Present and Future. This six-foot flower-covered cross is typical of those carried during the Feria de Abril festivities in Easter week. The copper and brass cooking pots on iron stands and copper ladles on the wall, as well as gilt mirrors are still used today in many local households.
This miniature model is based on a typical family casa or casita in the 19th and early-20th centuries. Many such houses remain throughout Spain.
Gathering honeycomb straight from the beehive is still a popular practice.
In the 18th and early 19th-centuries, a simple altar draped with cloth was typical of country churches throughout Spain. In the background, furniture from the period is displayed.
In this photo a 19th-century prayer chair is shown, along with a carpet of flowers. Flowers are woven together to produce such carpets every year for the Easter Feria. The carpet on exhibit is made of fake flowers, although only real flowers are used during Feria festivities.