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SARRIÓN, CAPITAL MUNDIAL DE LA TRUFA

Hace muchos años, los ancianos que vivían en la comarca turolense de Gúdar Javalambre, describían la trufa negra como “una extraña patata negra que huele raro”… Décadas después, este, hasta entonces despreciado hongo, se ha convertido en la base principal de la economía de esta zona, una de las más despobladas de España, que se hallaba sumida en el anonimato rural y que en la actualidad y gracias a esa “patata negra que olía raro” está considerada la capital mundial de la trufa negra.

“NAZIS IN MADRID” BY PETER BESAS

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“NAZIS IN MADRID” BY PETER BESAS

In 2015 Peter Besas, the author of books such as “Hidden Madrid”, published “Nazis in Madrid”, an exciting story for lovers of this type of literature that reveals the major presence that Nazism had in the Spanish capital between 1939 and 1945.

“NAZIS EN MADRID” DE PETER BESAS

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“NAZIS EN MADRID” DE PETER BESAS

En 2015, Peter Besas, autor de libros como “Madrid Oculto ”, publicó “Nazis en Madrid” una apasionante historia, para los amantes de este tipo de literatura,  en la que se pone de manifiesto la gran presencia que el nazismo tuvo en la capital de España, entre 1939 y 1945.

HARRY POTTER IN MADRID

From 18 November, magic will be taking over at the IFEMA trade fair site. Madrid will be hosting a major event: “Harry Potter: The Exhibition”.

Fans of the J.K. Rowling books and of the film saga will be able to enjoy objects, wardrobe, props, real sets and the fantastical creatures that appear in the famous stories.

HARRY POTTER EN MADRID

A partir del 18 de noviembre, la magia se apoderará de IFEMA. Llega a Madrid una gran exposición “Harry Potter: The Exhibition”

Los amantes de los libros de J.K. Rowling y de la saga cinematográfica,  podrán disfrutar de objetos, vestuario, atrezzo, decorados reales y de las criaturas fantásticas que aparecen en las famosas historias

SARRIÓN, THE WORLD’S TRUFFLE CAPITAL

Many years ago, the elders living in the Teruel region of Gúdar Javalambre described the black truffle as “a strange black potato that smells weird”… Decades later, this hitherto despised fungus has become the major driver of the economy in this area, one of the most depopulated in Spain, which was sunk in rural anonymity and is currently, thanks to this “black potato that smelled weird”, considered to be the world’s truffle capital.

THANK YOU TO THE CULTURE TRIP

The Culture Trip, one of the most prestigious tourism and travel websites, has again distinguished Botín in its recommendations when visiting Spain. And this time it did so in three different sections.

LOS JERÓNIMOS, MADRID’S OTHER CATHEDRAL

San Jerónimo el Real, which is its real name, is situated next to the Prado Museum. Built in 1502 by order of the Catholic Monarchs, it is in a late-Gothic style with Renaissance influences and touches of typical Madrid architecture (stone and brick), although little is left of the original building after the many restructurings it has undergone.

THE DELICIOUS HOT CHESTNUTS ARE HERE!

Chestnuts are the quintessential autumn fruit. They make their appearance as soon as temperatures start to drop and the cold makes its presence felt. They are in truth a gift from nature, since they are very healthy and provide us with numerous nutritional benefits.

MUCHAS GRACIAS THE CULTURE TRIP

The Culture Trip, una de las más prestigiosas webs de turismo y viajes, ha vuelto a señalar a Botín  entre sus recomendaciones a la hora de visitar España. Y esta vez lo ha hecho en tres apartados diferentes.

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