A man dressed as a momotxorro mythological character tries to hit a girl taking part in the ancient carnival of Unanu in the north of Navarra province in Spain on March 8. Momotxorros chase locals and hit them with sticks. (Rafa Rivas/AFP/Getty Images)
The Aqueduct of Segovia is one of the best-preserved Roman aqueducts in Spain. So well-built was the aqueduct and so studious its maintenance through the Middle Ages that it functioned as a viable water delivery system well into the 20th century. The aqueduct features a total of 167 arches and the granite blocks used in its construction were assembled without the use of mortar.
Ubicado en una amplia terraza del WTC Barcelona, el Club Meet es un interesante espacio que se abre a los empresarios de todo del mundo, presentándose como un “meeting point” donde poder reunirse y establecer contactos en el muelle de la capital catalana.