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“Bable”, the Asturian languaje.

By the way, the “Bable” mentioned in the video happens to be the official language that is spoken in Asturias, it is quite similar to the Spanish tongue, it is nice and sounds like singing with lots of diminutives. “Llingua

“Bable”, the Asturian languaje.

By the way, the “Bable” mentioned in the video happens to be the official language that is spoken in Asturias, it is quite similar to the Spanish tongue, it is nice and sounds like singing with lots of diminutives. “Llingua

Originally posted on FamilyAstour:
It comes from the Latin “horreum” (barn), designating a building in which were kept off the field, especially grain. During the Empire, the term “horreum” was used to any place intended to preserve things of any…

Originally posted on FamilyAstour:
It comes from the Latin “horreum” (barn), designating a building in which were kept off the field, especially grain. During the Empire, the term “horreum” was used to any place intended to preserve things of any…

The iron cannon of Arriondas

This cannon was made on the XVIII century, it most probably defended the Cadiz and Cartagena seashores during the XVIII and XIX centuries. It was purchased at an antique shop in 1968 by the Federación Española de Piragüismo, when Juan

The iron cannon of Arriondas

This cannon was made on the XVIII century, it most probably defended the Cadiz and Cartagena seashores during the XVIII and XIX centuries. It was purchased at an antique shop in 1968 by the Federación Española de Piragüismo, when Juan

Originally posted on Making Time To Live!:
The Roman Bridge in Cangas de Onís, Asturias. I nearly came a cropper when taking this photo.  The tripod slipped on the rocks and I had to make an impressive dive to the…

Originally posted on Making Time To Live!:
The Roman Bridge in Cangas de Onís, Asturias. I nearly came a cropper when taking this photo.  The tripod slipped on the rocks and I had to make an impressive dive to the…

Looking forward the bridge

The Kingdom´s Capital City.

Cangas de Onís is one of the most outstanding towns in the history of Spain, from this location started the reconquest of the Kingdom of Asturias.  Until 774, Cangas de Onís was the capital of the Kingdom. The roman bridge

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Looking forward the bridge

The Kingdom´s Capital City.

Cangas de Onís is one of the most outstanding towns in the history of Spain, from this location started the reconquest of the Kingdom of Asturias.  Until 774, Cangas de Onís was the capital of the Kingdom. The roman bridge

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