OUR PEOPLES AND PARADISES. LEGACY AND NATURAL HISTORY
Our Towns and Paradises. Legacy and National History.
OUR PEOPLES AND PARADISES. LEGACY AND NATURAL HISTORY
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There is the expression “Being of the people.” It is sometimes used in a pejorative way, as something derogatory. As if being from a town meant being less. With the collection you are now entering, what do you want me to tell you, it is going to be very difficult to continue holding that position.
It is clear that our localities form a web that spreads throughout the map and in which we are going to be trapped. From the first visual contact through the very different landscapes that are offered to us, we already feel the connection with the customs, the dishes, the flavors and the people of each place.
Because we have traveled Spain from end to end, and from end to gulf. We have spoken with the elders of each place so that they can tell us the secrets, the mysteries, the things of their peoples, those that only they know and that now remain here forever. That is a legacy, what we have left over from previous generations, what we take as a loan and what we hope to leave with those who come later.
There is no rush to bequeath it, we can enjoy a glass of wine, a fragrant bread, an ancestral pilgrimage where we can let laughter mix with memories.
The pages that come are full of vestiges of the ancients, because we have followed the different archaeological parks that surround us. There it is evident that our culture is ancient, as if it had been macerating century after century, millennium after millennium. And the result is a deep, dense and very tasty broth, seasoned by different accents and languages.
As a friend of mine says, the capitals will be very large, but they are surrounded by countryside. We have gone out into those fields, resisting the beauty of each place in order to advance to the next. From south to north, from the Mediterranean to the Cantabrian, we have traveled the horizons of Linares, Baeza, Montoro, Alcalá de Guadaira, Puente Genil, Benalmádena, Motril, Trujillo, Almendralejo, Jerez de los Caballeros, Jarandilla de la Vera, Mondoñedo, Nanclares de Oca, Getxo, Arteixo, Zumaia, Cangas de Onís, Ribadesella, Cardona, Cambrils, Rosas, Cambrils, Balaguer, Albarracín, Nájera, Haro, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Elgorriaga, Calatayud, La Bañeza, Arenas de San Pedro, Ciudad Rodrigo , Alcázar de San Juan, La Puebla de Montalbán, Alcalá de Henares, Chinchón, Alhama de Murcia, San Pedro del Pinatar, Manacor, Arucas, Candelaria, Betancuria, Ceuta and Melilla, among many other charming places.
If you have an irrepressible desire to hit the roads and discover all that legacy of Hispania, of its towns, don't worry. It is logical. Let yourself be overcome by temptation and go from paper to the sidewalk. You have a treasure in your hands: spend it by hand.
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• Más de 120 fotografías en alta definición .
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• Obra prologada por Doña Loles León famosa actriz barcelonesa de Cine, Televisión, Teatro y Radio. Polifacética y Creativa son las señas más destacadas de su vida profesional, junto al icono de ser Chica Almodóvar. El salto a la popularidad llegó a través de interpretaciones cómicas, sus papeles televisivos como el de Paloma Hurtado en “Aquí No Hay Quien Viva”, y el de Menchu en “La Que Se Avecina”, han sido papeles con el que ha conseguido el reconocimiento y la simpatía del público de la pequeña pantalla. En el Cine ha trabajado con los mejores Directores Españoles como Fernando Trueba, Vicente Aranda o Pedro Almodóvar, con ellos consiguió 3 candidaturas a los Premios Goya, y numerosos Premios Nacionales e Internacionales. En Televisión ha participado en numerosas series exitosas como en “Fuera de Control”, “Manos a la Obra”, “Aquí No Hay Quien Viva”, “Águila Roja” o “La Que Se Avecina”, recientemente participó en Máster Chef Celebrity siendo finalista y ganándose el cariño del público. En Teatro ha destacado con la comedia “La Gran Depresión” junto a su amiga Bibiana Fernández.
• Contiene Prólogo Oficial de la Obra en la página 8 del Tomo.
OUR PEOPLES AND PARADISES.
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€ 327.47 (VAT not included). Andalusia is the Autonomous Community with the largest number of inhabitants in Spain and the second largest. It is a privileged witness of the union between the brave Atlantic Ocean and the serene Mediterranean Sea. The towns distributed by their geography preserve the traces of those settlers who throughout history chose it as a place of settlement and development.
Towns of Andalusia: Jeréz de la Frontera and Mijas.
Extremadura located in the western part of the Central Sub-plateau is bordered to the north by Castilla y León, to the south by Andalusia, to the east by Castilla-La Mancha and to the west with Portugal. Its extension is 41,602 km 2 , almost 8% of the national territory. Its highest point reaches 2,400 meters .
Town of Extremadura: Jarandilla de la Vera.
Castilla y León undoubtedly the greatest treasure of this land, the focus of the Reconquest from Christianity to Islam, we can see it in its many churches and religious monuments. Thus, many of its populations have little to envy larger capital cities such as the monumental Valladolid, Salamanca or Burgos.
Castilla y León undoubtedly the greatest treasure of this Villages of Castilla y León: Peñafiel and Covarrubias. b >
Community of Madrid is located in the center of the Iberian Peninsula. With an estimated population of 6,663,394 inhabitants, and an area of 8,021 km 2 its capital, the city of Madrid is the capital of the Spanish nation. The towns that are part of Madrid share with it the privilege of having a rich historical, artistic and natural heritage.
People of the Community of Madrid: Chinchón.
Castilla-La Mancha occupies a large part of the southern Submeseta, vast flat lands of the Central Plateau that are home to the historic region of La Mancha. Tradition, history and art appear in the corners of these Castilian and La Mancha towns.
Villages of Castilla-La Mancha: Tembleque and Alcázar de San Juan.
Valencian Community not only do the towns offer the possibility of enjoying excellent beaches, but also in the interior you will discover landscapes and monuments as attractive as the coast. Its festivals and customs will take you to its Arab past, so present in some towns with the Moors and Christian festivals.
Towns of the Valencian Community: Burriana and Manises.
Region of Murcia encompasses the eastern mountains of the Betic Cordillera, containing its own flora and fauna, among which the Sierra Espuña Natural Park stands out, with dozens of habitats own and native species. Its more than thirty thousand years of history allow us to observe a varied multitude of archaeological finds.
Town of Murcia: Alhama de Murcia.
Canary Islands, also called Fortunate Islands are part of the so-called natural region of Macaronesia, along with the archipelagos of Cape Verde, Azores, Madeira and Salvajes. The volcanic origin of its seven islands in different orogenic periods, gives them the virtue of sharing a multitude of geographical features.
Towns of the Canary Islands: Arucas and San Sebastián de la Gomera.
Balearic Islands, the islands of the Balearic archipelago make up the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, together with some islets such as Dragonera, known in ancient times as the Gimnesias Islands.
Towns of the Balearic Islands: Andratx and Formentera.
Ceuta is known as the pearl of the Mediterranean, has the privilege of being in a unique geographical crossroads, which has allowed it to be a participant and witness of innumerable historical events that have marked it definitively.
Town of Ceuta: Ceuta.
Melilla is offered as a link between the coasts of the Mediterranean and as an access platform to the African continent. The architectural wonders of its historic center tell us about a magical, enigmatic place, capable of surprising anyone who dares to visit it.
Town of Melilla: Melilla.
Catalonia has a millenary history and its own language, Catalan. The Catalan culture, alive and in permanent evolution, is the main icon of the identity of the Catalans and permeates the way of life and the Catalan differential fact. It has a historical and artistic legacy that includes the Iberian, Greek and Roman past, going through Romanesque art to new architectures.
Towns of Catalonia: Rosas and Cambrils.
Aragon for centuries has been the settlement of many cultures that left us with a rich and varied artistic and cultural heritage. We can see remains of different stages: megalithic monuments, cave paintings or Iberian settlements.
Towns of Aragon: Uncastillo and Jaca.
La Rioja is made of remnants of art and different cultures. From the Celtiberians to the Christian civilization through the Visigoths, the Romans and the Arabs. It has something of the Mediterranean that raises the vineyards, something of the Alpine that crowns the mountains and a deep dry land that creates lunar landscapes.
Town of La Rioja: Santo Domingo de la Calzada.
Navarra settled on the ecological strip of the Pyrenean mountain range, it is marked by the footprint of the Camino de Santiago that crosses it as a deep bisector of history. Whoever visits it enjoys the surprising variety of its landscapes, the plural essence of its culture and its rich monumental heritage.
Town of Navarra: Roncesvalles.
Basque Country offers spectacular landscapes that alternate rugged areas with wide sandy beaches. Despite being a territory of great industrial development, it still preserves authentic natural paradises. Its cuisine is famous for its richness and great variety.
Village of the Basque Country: Lekeitio.
Cantabria has only an area of 5,300 square kilometers, curiously it offers the climatological, fauna and vegetation differences typical of a large region. Inland, mountainous landscapes abound, with beautiful valleys.
Town of Cantabria: Cabezón de la Sal.
Principality of Asturias extends its territory between the sea and the Cantabrian mountains, which enjoys an oceanic climate, with abundant rainfall, causing as a consequence, the region enjoys a beautiful and evergreen landscape.
Town of the Principality of Asturias: Cangas de Onís.
Galicia contains landscapes with lush valleys and impressive beaches, spectacular cliffs such as those of A Costa da Morte or the incredible Parque Nacional de las Atlantic Islands of Galicia.