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.
- Catalonia, oldest country in the world
“Thousands of years of existence,” claims Jaume Sobrequés i Callicó, enthusiastic member of the National History school and director of the
- Local press advertising
There are lots and lots of local and regional papers in Spain, many are propped up by the state (the Generalitat
- Spanish airport traffic trends
Variation in air traffic numbers throws interesting light on Spain’s problems as it plunges into recession.
- Insolvent abuse
With the famous three monkeys in charge of the local press, it is often easier to follow historical fraud cases than
Someone a while back invented a verb that they thought would guerrilla-brand Barcelona’s Raval district and managed to have a fake