Aragón = libre!!

But of what?

Huesca, capital of the eponymous province, has a Disillusion Street, Calle del Desengaño, but this was over on the singularly charmless and derelict Martínez de Velasco industrial estate. Aragonese nationalism exists, but this graffiti uses standard spelling and is not to be taken seriously.

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  1. Remind me of our local P.A. nutter who is always trying to convince me that “Andaluz” is a seperate language and that Andalucia deserves its independence from the Madrileños.

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