Los Santos de Maimona is a municipality with around 8,000 people, situated on the train line between Mérida and Sevilla as well as on the A-66 road between Gijón and Sevilla. The first human settlement in the area took place in the Chalcolithic period, around 2500 BCE, and appeared to be continual through the Bronze Age into the Roman period when those early settlements began to take shape as an actually town. It was conquered by the Moors in 712, and then conquered again by the Christians in 1240.
PSOE Los Santos de Maimona, located at Plaza Vistahermosa, 26, is the political office of the local branch of PSOE. In June 2016, the group hung a rainbow flag on their office window in honor of Orgullo. It appeared like someone tried to set the flag on fire, and that was reported to the local Guardia Civil and Policia Local. The act was denounced by PSOE and Fundación Triángulo.
Calle Carolina Coronado is a street in the town named after Carolina Coronado, one a handful of Spanish Sapphic writers from the 19th Century. She was part of the hermandad lírica. Coronado was widely read at the time but later written out of history because she challenged patriarchal norms of the era.
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