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Urium, Rio Tinto’s Roman heritage

Human development is understood by knowing one’s past. Past times hidden by the deposits of successive civilizations. A book, that of history, which can be read upside down, turning the pages from the last to the first. This is precisely the task of archaeological science applied to Riotinto, one of the main open-pit mines in …

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From the forced labor barracks for the “reds” to a place of memory, the new life of the penitentiary detachment of Bustarviejo

When Teófilo Sánchez was six years old, in 1944, his mother took him to live across from his father. Originally from Toledo, the woman and child settled in a four-square-meter cabin in the mountains north of Madrid, which you had to enter almost by crawling, with a bed made of branches and a canister to …

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