alcaiceria

alcaiceria

(alˌkaiθeˈria)
n
a silk market
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La alcaiceria, entre otras cosas, le permitio a Ximenez de los Cobos hacerse cargo de la reconstruccion de los "cajones" (tiendas ubicadas en el zocalo sin trastienda) incineradas durante la crisis de 1692.
The first gallery depicted the old Alcaiceria de San Fernando, which held the goods, wares and commodities of
An entire gallery is devoted to the Alcaiceria, meaning, "the king's market," which was constructed in 1752 following a Royal Decree of Ferdinand VI.
Alcaiceria de San Fernando, an area for residence and a trade center for transient Chinese
(18) While wandering the streets of Seville and contemplating what he calls the "nuevo mundo" (24) he now sees arising in the city's Alcaiceria and autos de fe, the elderly narrator tells the story of his entire family line, recounting, as mentioned earlier, the journeys of different members of his family to locations in Africa, America and Europe where they participate in activities that establish and populate Spain's Atlantic empire.