The Barcelona 92 Olympic Games were considered by many to be the best in history, and ended almost a century of withdrawal and invisibility for Spain. The efforts to reintegrate the country into the world, the beginning of the end of the socialist governments, the remodeling of Barcelona —and Seville, with the Expo—, the dominance of the pujolismo In Catalonia, its social cracks and the path to provincialism are part of our history.
The very development of this historical moment from the five characters that presided over the main tribune of the Montjuic Olympic Stadium (Maragall, Pujol, González, Samaranch and Juan Carlos I) are essential to understand this moment.
The historian Jordi Canal reconstructs this event in his book July 25, 1992. Around the world from Spain (Taurus). The journalist of the newspaper AS Carmen Colino talks about the Games with Jordi Canal and the historian José Carlos Mainer in an exclusive event for subscribers. The meeting is part of the cycle The Spain of the 20th century in 7 days.