LARISSA EVANS WAS IN SEVILLEON THE CEREMONY OF INITIATION INTO ROYAL ORDEROF ST. FERDINAND

At the end of 2013 Larissa Evans visited Spain, Seville, and was at the ceremony of initiation into the Royal Order of St. Ferdinand.

The Order of St. Ferdinand has existed since XVII century, it was founded by King Ferdinand of Castile and Lyon, he was canonized by the Pope. The Order brings together representatives of the highest nobility of Spain and the Spanish giants.

Initiation ceremony for new members takes place every two years in the Royal Chapel of Seville, in the church of Veracruz.

Saint Ferdinand is buried in this church, his tomb is made by masters of Gothic St. Louis, also in this church there is a unique fresco depicting the Virgin Mary.

Every two years 12 new members are dedicated into the Order of St. Ferdinand.

The president of the Order of St. Ferdinand - His Excellency Don Fernando de Artajo, his assistants - the delegate from Madrid Marquis de La Floresta and delegate of Aragon and foreign powers, the Honorable Don Ramon Baiget Viale de Montebello. The Council of the Order consists of the Spanish nobility and the military of the Royal Army.

In 2013, among 12 other new members his Royal Highness Prince Alfonso of Portugal, Duke of Viseu was dedicated into the Order.

The ceremony was attended by Her Royal Highness, Princess Camilla Austrian Gabsuburg Tuscan-Lothringen, Princess of Florence, Hungary and Bohemia, and the Duchess Makueda Valvanera de Figueira from the house of Gaun and other representatives of the European aristocracy.

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