Flamenco in Sevilla LbNA # 60446
|Placed Date||Jan 7 2012|
|Last Update||Nov 15 2012|
To find Flamenco in Sevilla you must find this famous 20th century Spanish artist first. A lover of Flamenco music and dance, he was known for his blue period, rose period, cubism and his large canvas, “Guernica”, a commentary on the brutality of war. Upon his death he was buried in France, but letterboxers can also find him “buried” in Berlin.
Now that you have figured out where to start, proceed to find this visionary artist. (Note: The sign for point D is broken, but still legible, and the white “Caves” sign is now missing, but you should still be able to find this trail, right beyond point D.)
After finding the artist, turn around to return to the blue trail as the clues indicate. Count the number of steps that there are caves and find a lichen covered boulder “wall” with a snag growing out of it. To the right of the snag, in a small cave you will find the Flamenco Dancer. There is an LTC for the first finder.