Salamanca is a city in central Spain. It is one of the most important university cities in Spain. It attracts thousands of international students. It has two cathedrals and a famous Plaza Mayor (Main Square) built in the 18th century

The Holy Week in Salamanca (Semana Santa) is the most well-known feast in the city. Salamanca is renowned for the solemn and sober processions celebrated during Holy Week. 16 confraternities, 10,000 brothers or "cofrades", 50 floats or "pasos" celebrate the Passion of Christ with 20 processions and thousands of followers, tourist and visitors