Triana quarters is one of the most important in Seville, the capital of Andalusia. It is next to the Guadalquivir River and next to Remedios Square.
It's name comes from the Roman Emperor Trajano, who was born in Italica, a very popular quarter in Seville. Triana also has a very privileged location, right on the shores of the Guadalquivir River, which has given numerous possibilities like the cross of roads which is the key to the city but has also caused these quarters to be the ones that have suffered the most floods in the city.
Triana is a fisherman quarter, one of bullfighters, singers and soccer players , as well as the quarters that that are best know for it's Santa Ana Church, San Jacinto Convent and Betis Street. Artists like Antonio Canales, Chiquetete, Los Morancos, Isabel Pantoja, Remedios Amaya, Paz Vega and Marujita Diaz have also grown up here in these quarters in Seville.
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