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y la Virgin Soberana,
vou ichar l'Amuravela
comu San Pedru asperaba.
What is L'Amuravela?
L'Amuravela is a lay sermon, a half-religious and half-profane tradition inherited from generation to generation as a demonstration of the special devotion that the Pixueto people feel for their Patron Saint Peter and consisting of two parts, the story to the Saint and the greeting maneuver.
Where is L'Amuravela celebrated?
L'Amuravela is one of the oldest customs of Cudillero (Principality of Asturias) and is held in the Ribera next to the Plaza del Sable, in the heart of the old village.How to get to L'Amuravela? →
When is L'Amuravela celebrated?
L'Amuravela is celebrated during the patron saint festivities of Cudillero, every year on the day of San Pedro, on June 29th.
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History of L'Amuravela
It is not known exactly when this tradition began. According to various comments and studies, it could date from more than 400 years ago (around 1569), when the construction of the church took place under the invocation of Saint Peter.
During that time the sailors who accompanied D. Alvaro Menéndez in the Conquest of Florida had returned, who embarked on a ship built in Cudillero, “El Espíritu Santo”. During that trip they learned the greeting that was made to the admiral and wanted to do the same with their Patron Saint...Read more →
Every Amuravela since 1946
Over the years, the Amuravelas have been collected and digitized since 1946 to guarantee their prevalence over time and allow this tradition to be shared with the rest of the world.Read every Amuravela →
Reciters of L'Amuravela throughout history
On multiple occasions the person who recites L'Amuravela is not the author of it, so the person who authors it and the person who recites it out.See all reciters →
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¡Amura vela! ¡Isa vela!
¡Fuego a babor!¡Fuego a estribor!