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    Why Spanish?

    DO YOU KNOW THAT SPANISH
    IS THE SECOND MOST SPOKEN LANGUAGE IN THE WORLD?

    Achieve a level that allows you to communicate with international businesses and broaden your job opportunities.

    Be able to visit and communicate in 21 countries.

    Learn and experience new cultures and customs.

    Why in Mallorca?

    LEARN SPANISH IN THE HEART OF THE MEDITERRANEAN, ENJOY THE GREAT WEATHER ALL YEAR LONG AND IMMERSE IN THE SPANISH CULTURE.

    Discover some of the most beautiful beaches in the world as well as unique cultural experiences; take advantage of the water sports and hiking to see the natural beauty of the island.

    Experience Spanish learning surrounded by native speakers and join in on their day to day activities.

    Learn in small classes that will allow you to have maximum student to teacher attention.

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    La Seu

    La Seu

    Gothic in style, Palma Cathedral was built during the XIII and XIV centuries. It has soaring delicate columns and a beautiful rose window. The Cathedral Museum is next to it, displaying Gothic art and gold work. Gothic in style, Palma Cathedral was built during the XIII and XIV centuries. It has soaring delicate columns and a beautiful rose window. The Cathedral Museum is next to it, displaying Gothic art and gold work. Around it lies the historic Old Quarter of the city, worth visiting not only for its old buildings but also the lovely courtyards of many of the aristocratic mansions. Palma is a town of many courtyards. The churches of Santa Francesc, Sant Miquel and Santa Eulàlia are Gothic buildings of great beauty and ornate interiors. Contributions by artist Miquel Barceló consisting of a large ceramic mural, stained glass windows and fixtures can be visited in one of the chapels of Mallorca's Cathedral. This avant-garde proposal was promoted by the late Bishop Teodor Úbeda and supported by various institutions under the auspices of the Art a la Seu Foundation, which has not been free from a debate similar to the one surrounding Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí in the early twentieth century, just one more reason to visit this magnificent landmark, one of Europe's most brilliant Gothic buildings.

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