The Mexican money that changed a Spanish village

The Mexican money that changed a Spanish village

There's only one bar in Cerezales del Condado, a village of just 30 people in northern Spain and it sells "almost exclusively" Mexican beer.
But its beer is not the only thing that Cerezales owes to influences from the other side of the Atlantic.
Fresh drinking water, the restoration of its church, a chapel and the cemetery, as well as the redevelopment of a public square and a street lined with 92 cypress trees are just some of the things paid for by a fortune made in Mexico
Antonino Fernandez was born in Cerezales in 1917. He left Spain after the civil war in the 1930s and... read more

25 November 2016 in World News, Views: 34
Source: BBC

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