What is the connection (if any) between the symbol on this house in Sin, Huesca, and that of the Día supermarket chain?
Sin really does exist. Here’s the sign:
One would obviously like to live in it, at least for a while, but owners are reluctant to sell.
Hippies think that dolmens, as well as being graves, are there to kill people on or point out the stars. I
- Quantitative easing à la catalane
Make lots of new ~euros in China and sell them under nominal price at gypsy markets. It will end in tears,
- A village called Sin
Shame Guy Bellamy (A village called Sin) wrote about Compton Sinton instead of Sín, Huesca.
Currently doing a bit of literary translation out of one very strange dialect into another, and here’s something not so completely
- 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