Last year, when working on finishing tracks for the high speed rail connection from Barcelona to France, the construction workers unearthed what was basically a 2,000 year-old wine cellar just north of the city. It wasn’t much of a surprise, neither the ruins nor the cellar as it’s well known that wine has been produced–and was really brought to the Iberian Peninsula–by the Romans and the Greeks before them. It […]
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