Spanish Mother Who Froze Babies Not Insane

Spanish Mother Who Froze Babies Not Insane

After a Seville judge heard evidence this week in the case of a Spanish mother who froze two newborn babies, it was decided by the court that she is not insane and suffers no mental illness. It has taken four years to get to this point and Sara López, the mother, is now possibly facing […]

María Luisa Park in Sevilla: A Landscape of Arts and Culture

María Luisa Park in Sevilla: A Landscape of Arts and Culture

Spain’s fourth largest city, Sevilla is renowned for its many rulers, poets, and artists. Cervantes’ tales of Don Quixote began in a Sevilla prison; Rossini’s Figaro, The Barber of Seville, also originated from the metropolis. Sevilla’s diverse culture and mix of Moorish revival and neo-Mudéjar architecture beautifies the city; a reflection of its extensive history.  […]