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After exploring the Camp Nou, I headed to the other direction, heading eastward. This time, I rode the tram, as it was passing through a neighbourhood I wasn't familiar with. I rode the metro and got off at Glòries.More...

Work carried out on the main road of Mernorca has led to the discovery of an Islamic (Moorish) necropolis that was used between the 10th and 13th centuries. The discovery took place near the Naveta des Tudons in Ciutadella. Credit: Jordi Ribera/Radi...

Researchers at the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) -- Laura Sánchez-Romero, Alfredo Pérez-González and Theodoros Karampaglidis -- have just published a new paper in the journal Trabajos de Prehistoria on the o...

A group of researchers from the Human Evolution Laboratory of the University of Burgos, the University of the Basque Country, the Complutense University of Madrid and the joint UCM-ISCIII Centre for Human Evolution and Behaviour have found in El Port...

I am not a football fan. I don't really follow the games, whether it's the World Cup or professional teams. However, as I was in Barcelona, and I wanted to figure out what makes people from this city tick, I opted to visit Camp Nou, the home...

After getting back fro Tarragona, I noticed that I still had quite some time in the afternoon. After all, dinner is rather late in Barcelona and the rest of Spain, so I figured I head up to the hills again and check out something. I opted for the Cos...

Tarragona is not only about Roman ruins. There is actually a modern side to the city as well. However I didn't explore that, rather, I concentrate on the city's medieval side, mostly, by exploring the Old Town.More...