Flamenco is a style of music and dance typical of Andalusia, also known as "cante jondo" or "cante grande", and is the most representative expression of Andalusian folklore. Its popularity began to grow in the eighteenth century, and a few years later, flamenco gained fame and Cafés Sintantes were created, places where cante was public, as a live performance.
Flamenco has always been identified as an art of the people, for this reason, some members related to the generation of 27 such as Federico García Lorca and composer Manuel de Falla organized the first flamenco singing contest, held in 1922.
In November 2010, UNESCO declared it an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, as well as an Andalusian Ethnological and Intangible Cultural Heritage.
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