Andalusian Women in History


Today is the day against the gender violence and I thought I’d dedicate this post to some important Andalusian women.


 Mariana de Pineda Muñoz

She was born on the 1st of September, 1804, in Granada.

She was a heroine of freedom. She helped her cousin to escape from prison where he was since 1827 for having participated in liberal conspiracies.

bandera An example of Mariana’s flag

She  was denounced for embroidering in a flag “Law, Freedom and Equality” and she was accused of participating in a liberal conspiracy.

In the end, she was sentenced to die in the “garrote vil” fashion on the 26th of May, 1831 in Granada.

Carmen de Burgos y Seguí, Colombine


She was born on the 19th of December, 1867 in Níjar (Almería). She was an activist, a writer, a translator and a defender of woman’s rights.

She got the degree of elementary education in 1895…

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