Book: 50 cafés históricos de España y Portugal. Author: Fernando Franjo. Printed in Santiago de Compostela (Spain). 2014. Publishing house: Alvarellos Editora. 211 pages. Illustrated with color photographs. Paperback. Language: Spanish.
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|Origin||Santiago de Compostela (Spain)|
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Galician journalist and writer Fernando Franjo takes us for a tour of the most traditional cafes in the Iberian peninsula. These places are major social meeting sites. There are people that go to cafés to write, work , play cards or dominó with friends, or just enjoy the noise and the company of other people to ward off loneliness. Many "tertulias" were held in the cafés. "Tertulias" are weekly gatherings between a given set of people to talk about many things.
Portuguese people also love going to "cafés", but they are much more quiet and calm than us.
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