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The feat of a town with a single inhabitant to preserve its temple

If there is a masterpiece of Gothic in Spain, it is, without a doubt, the Burgos Cathedral, immersed in the celebration of its eighth centenary. But not far from this architectural jewel, 40 kilometers from the city, between the small Odra and Brullés rivers, in the heart of the Burgos moor, stands the temple that is considered the germ of the gothic style in the province, and by extension, in the kingdom of Castile, built back in the second half of the thirteenth century.

Is about the church of Santiago de Apóstol in Villamorón, one of many municipalities that suffer from the evil of depopulation and whose value, in addition to being considered the ‘introducer’ of the style that was imposed in Western Europe in the late Middle Ages, is due to the fact that it served as a prototype for the so-called ‘fernandinas’ churches ‘ Andalusians raised during the Reconquest.

Coronavirus: The lightness of Ómicron increases the resistance of young people to be vaccinated

«For me to be vaccinated they have to develop a vaccine that gives me confidence. The ones that exist now don’t give it to me. I have seen that there is a Spanish one that they are testing, that they are creating with time. I could wear that one.” These are the words of Patricia Fernández, a 30-year-old who has decided Not getting the Covid-19 vaccine. In addition to the distrust that she assures that the injection against the virus generates, she trusted that the disease for her it was just a flu. And he has proven it, because fortunately the virus in his body has not caused the havoc it could have caused. “Being asthmatic, I’ve had it like the flu. Nothing has happened to me. And neither does my close circle, ”he justifies, although he stresses that it does not seem bad to him that the rest of the people get vaccinated. “I respect all opinions and I want mine to be respected as well: as long as the vaccine is not compulsory, I am free not to get it.”

The French National Assembly approves the Covid passport intended to “annoy” anti-vaccines

The National Assembly (AN) approved on Sunday afternoon by 215 votes in favor, 58 against and 7 abstentions the new vaccination passport, conceived by the government of Emmanuel Macron to try to “force” the anti-vaccines, “annoying” or “fucking” them.

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