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When the Barcelona Olympic Games changed the image of Spain in the world | Culture

If there is something clear about the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, it is that they represented a before and after for the image of Spain and the Catalan capital. As if they were a turning point. Jordi Canal, author of the book July 25, 1992. Around the world from Spain (Taurus), points out: “Spain falls […]

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‘Surveys’: the photographic and critical portrait of how the urban landscape has changed | Culture

The image of humble dwellings, low houses, with skyscrapers in the background, which look like Saturn’s about to devour them, is common to graphically tell of the change in the landscape of many cities in Spain. However, that stamp would only be like scratching on the surface of the gigantic transformation that has occurred in […]

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Muelle, the firm that changed the history of graffiti in Spain, goes up for auction | Culture

Muelle, photographed by Roberto F. Muñiz. Courtesy of the artist’s Facebook group. Urban artist, graffiti artist or writer. Rocker. Madrileño from the popular neighborhood of Campamento. Teenager and young man in full Madrid Movida. Pier, that is, Juan Carlos Argüello (1965-1995), left his signature throughout Madrid in the eighties and early nineties. It only took […]

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Girault de Prangey’s drawings reveal how the Mosque of Córdoba has changed in the last two centuries | Culture

Front view of the mihrab of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba published by Girault de Prangey in 1839 with the digital model of the current state superimposed. / A. GÁMIZ / J. CANTIZANI / JF REINOSO The passion for architecture and drawing was the engine that drove the great journeys through the Mediterranean basin of Joseph-Philibert […]

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Castilla: The rain changed the history of the villagers in Villalar 500 years ago | Culture

‘Execution of the community members of Castilla’ (1860), by Antonio Gisbert.PRADO MUSEUM There is a military discipline called war geology, which studies the development of battles by analyzing the physical environment where they take place. The environment is made up of “the elements and environmental factors (geology, climatology, meteorology, hydrology …) that influence the daily […]

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