Commemorating King Jaume I’s troops’ arrival in Palma – and the end of Moorish rule – this festival dates from the 13th century.
It begins with the ceremonial placing of the Royal Standard in Plaça Cort, followed by a Mass in the Cathedral. At noon the poem ‘La Colcada’ is read in Plaça Cort.
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