Hippies think that dolmens, as well as being graves, are there to kill people on or point out the stars. I think it’s much simpler: nature is very bad at propping several stones upright and capping them with another, so a dolmen is a sign that there are humans around and they are smarter than the guys who build simple cairns. These modern miniatures in Huesca mark a trail in a similar fashion to the tombs found along the roads leading to and from Roman-era towns. They have nothing at all to do with that excellent film, Muñecos infernales.
What is the connection (if any) between the symbol on this house in Sin, Huesca, and that of the Día supermarket
- Plastered? Stone wall covering in Spanish vernacular architecture
Andoni Alonso, Inaki Arzoz, and Nicanor Ursua don’t provide sources for any of their often startling claims in this piece on
- Digital journalism congress in Huesca
There’s a disgraceful tendency to write about the über-rural province of Huesca as if all the brains drained from it a
- Aragón = libre!!
But of what?
- God ain’t deaf
I find that the rector of the church in Plan, Sobrarbe, Huesca, Spain blasts out his services over speakers, to the