Cornellà is not like Catalunya

Cornellà is part of Spanish Catalonia, a land strongly Castilianized, colonized, assimilated, largely, to Spain and Olé, where the living Catalan speakers are minority and sometimes invisible, remote, a land where the vast majority are immigrants or children of immigrants and live exclusively, in isolation, in Spanish.

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The disastrous English attack on Cádiz in 1625

Badly planned and worse executed, the expedition to Cádiz in 1625 was one of the greatest disasters in history for English weapons. Its objective was to capture the Spanish fleet of the Indies, but ended with heavy casualties for the English. This is his story.

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LeMonde: In Spain, the Tagus is dying [fr]

The longest river in the Iberian Peninsula dying, victim of drought and water transfers. The Tagus is dying. Victim of the most severe drought of the last twenty years and a policy of water transfers destined to the regions of the southeast of Spain, which live from intensive irrigated agriculture,…

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The drought that Spain suffers in a single image

On the left, the vegetation of the Iberian Peninsula in 2014; on the right, the 2017: the images speak for themselves. It is not the indiscriminate felling of trees, nor the result of forest fires. What we can see physiological state of the vegetation in Spain and Portugal, the open…

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