State The Casyc hosts an exhibition on Cantabrian heritage in the United States – Publimetro México
Santander, 28 (Europe Press)
New in the course of the exhibition as it passes through Cantabria is that in Santander The Legacy presents for the first time its new project “Legends of cinema” with postcards that initially constitute this new section of the exhibition, the promoters say. in a statement.
The exhibition can be visited until April 28, Monday through Saturday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm with free admission.
As told by one of the most popular paintings in the sample, present-day states such as California, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Oregon, Washington, and Florida were part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain in their entirety and in part did Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. In this particular painting you can see the territory of Nuevo Santander, a little-known province on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean that was part of the North American territory.
The exhibition highlights Spain’s historical and cultural contribution to those regions and its goal is to “introduce the greatness of the Spanish people, their leaders, their people, and their traditions, and highlight the essential and little-known contribution of Spain to the birth of the United States of America.”
In the words of Thomas Jefferson, one of the nation’s founding fathers and its third president, “The history of the United States of America is written in Spanish.”
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