Ramón y Cajal

Good–though weird–to see pioneering neuroscientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal coming in 6th in Antena 3’s absurd Greatest Spaniard in History survey. He made his discoveries opposite the den of Barcelona’s guardians of legal memory, the College of Notaries on Notariado/Notariat, who were kind enough not to try to have the competition outlawed.

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  1. Hi there! A neuroscientist who was listed in 6th place for the Greatest Spaniard?!! way cooolll..But did you mention, absurd list?? lolz..Thanks for sharing and have a nice day! :)

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