"I al sin glans nu stråler solen, livslyset over nåde-stolen, nu kom vor pinselilje-tid, nu har vi sommer skær og blid." This is a beloved Danish hymn about spring and Pentecoste, the sun that is shining, the light of life and this time of year when we can see the white nacissus. Who is the author?
On March 19, Saint Joseph's day is celebrated in the Catholic Church worldwide. In Danish, German and Swedish, for example, he is called Josef. In Spanish he is called José. What is his name in Italian?
Here comes another question about a saint, this time Mark the Evangelist or Saint Mark. He is the author of the Gospel According to Mark and his symbol is a lion. He is celebrated every year on April 25. In which city is he supposed to be buried?
'Las Fallas' is a huge celebration that lasts many days in March. People wear historical costumes, there are fireworks day and night, huge fanciful figures, all over the city, and it all culminates on 'Nit del Foc' (The Night of Fire) where the figures are burned off. In which city do they celebrate las Fallas?
The last question is about an Easter picture. In the 1450s, Piero della Francesca painted this fresco painting called The Resurrection directly on the wall of the town hall. British author Aldous Huxley believed it was "the world's most beautiful painting". The city was spared much damage during World War 2 because of that! In which city can you find Piero della Francesca's fresco?