December 4, 2020

The cursed airport




The works of the Escorial, which began in 1523 Felipe II and took root in the Spanish language as a reference for the prolongation in time tending to infinity, now give way to the construction of BER, the new Berlin airport, as a new sign of perseverance in public works. At its opening this weekend, it will be officially christened Willi Brandt, the mayor of the city who had to face the construction of the Berlin Wall and who later, as chancellor, launched the so-called Ostpolitik, building bridges to the east. The grand opening party has again been canceled, this time because of the pandemic, but at least it will take place


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