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Sounds of Órgiva – market day

Thursday is market day here in Órgiva. We made this short (1 minute) recording of various sounds we came across last time we went. They range from the drinking fountain to barking dogs, via a didgeridoo. The market is well-known for its eclectic mix of local Spaniards, ex-pats and people living in nearby alternative lifestyle communities, like Beneficio.

(00:00) Órgiva fountain
(00:05) Music coming from a building
(00:11) Market trader and customers
(00:28) Didgeridoo player
(00:36) Barking dogs and busker at Café Bar Sástago
(00:52) Órgiva church bells

Related posts:

Sounds of Órgiva – market day #2

Órgiva top five: Coffee

Shops in Órgiva

Beneficio – Órgiva hippies (part 2)

Discussion

3 thoughts on “Sounds of Órgiva – market day

  1. I love the sight, sound and smell of market days 🙂

    Posted by Marianne | October 26, 2013, 8:08 am

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