The town of Cariñena is quite literally at a crossroads. About a half hour southwest of Zaragoza in the Spanish region of Aragón, it sits on a rather vast, flat plateau around 500m in altitude. The region is very continental in terms of climate given that the whole town is comprised of two and three story buildings that seem to hunch into each other so as to avoid the hot summers but then stay bundled up for the cold winters. There is nary a tree to be seen around the […]

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