- SCHEME TO INVITE STREET ARTISTS TO FANZARA, HOME TO 323 PEOPLE, HAS TURNED IT FROM A POTENTIAL ADDITION TO SPAIN’S DYING VILLAGES LIST INTO A CULTURAL TRIUMPH
The village of Fanzara, home to 323 people, counts two bars, one butcher and a shop.
But over the past year, this small village 50 miles north of Valencia has quietly transformed itself into the street art capital of Spain, with more than 40 murals by some of the country’s top street artists tucked among its beige and grey walls...(más/more)
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