INTERNATIONAL LGBT Pride Day is today, June 28.
All around Spain and indeed, the world, events and parades will be held to celebrate homosexuality, bisexuality, and transgender people.
One of the biggest parades of the day will be held in Sevilla, Andalucia.
The event organisers have even set up a free bus that will service the Costa del Sol, taking party goers from Castilla de Guzman (near Tarifa) all the way up to Sevilla.
Pride Day – a now decades long tradition – commemorates the Stonewall riots that occurred in America on June 28, 1969, when police violently raided a gay bar called the Stonewall Inn in New York City.
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