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The tapas culture, a popular export outside of Spain, is especially deep-rooted in Andalusia. Its bars offer a wide variety of little dishes that let you try out smaller servings of popular regional recipes. Shrimp fritters, "papas aliñadas" (a local potato salad), prawns, "salmorejo" (cold tomato soup), and fried snacks can be eaten at the bar or at a table, accompanied by any of the region's equally famous wines.

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  • Title: "Papas aliñadas"
  • Location: Sevilla, Spain
  • Rights: Copyright ICEX / Dpto. Multimedia / ICEX
  • Photographer: Fernando Madariaga / ICEX

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