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Title: El origen dieciochesco de los casinos españoles y su raíz italiana
Authors: Zozaya-Montes, Maria
Keywords: Italian Casino
Spanish Casino
Diffusion of models
Revolutionary connotations
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: Zozaya, María.“El origen dieciochesco de los casinos españoles y su raíz italiana”. En: Roldán Nuñez, Francisco (Coord). Ocio y Vida Cotidiana en el Mundo Hispánico, S.XVI-XVIII. Sevilla: Universidad, 2008; ISBN:978-84-4721-0794: pp. 617-630.
Abstract: The Casinos were aristocratic clubs which born in Spain since 1836. They were wide spread all around the Spanish geography between 1840 and 1880. Here are studied the origins, meaning and the causes of the implementation of a typical Italian association in Spain, because was supposed to be different that the revolutionary Clubs and Societies.
ISBN: 978-84-4721-0794
Type: bookPart
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