When we think in the south of Spain, normally we think in Andalusia or the Arabic heritage. But the Mediterranean also have remains of the Roman and cartagines times. A good example of this is the city of Cartagena, Cartago nova.
May Crosses in Spain
When May arrives, many cities of the south of Spain are filled with the scent of fresh flowers, orange blossom and other fragrances of spring.
A Sea of Olive Trees Made up of Millenary Specimens and Dry Stone Walls
Breathe. Breathe again.What’s that smell? It’s the scent of millenary olive trees. Behold a cultural landscapecarefully cared for by generation after generation of farmers in order for everybody tocontinue enjoying their exquisite oils, to our day. An olive oil the color of gold, with asoft scent balanced by the aroma of leaves, leaving an after-taste...
Raised Granaries – “L’Horru”
In the northern Spanish region of Asturias they have some raised granaries that are more than simple granaries
Who Discovers the Heritage?
Ever wonder what happens in an archaeological excavation? Take a look in this diary to know more.