Over the last 15 years in Spain, there has been a heavy push to preserve old buildings using public funds that were otherwise crumbling into ruin and oblivion. Some might read this cynically as simply a way for corruption to flourish via nefarious members of the construction sector getting overly-plush public tenders. Indeed, there has been some of that but at the same time, there’s the recognition that recuperating many […]
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