In memoriam Pedro Morales Cuenca.


En la localidad conquense de Torrejoncillo del Rey, fue descubierta en el año 1955, por D. Pedro Morales, una cavidad revelada en sueños, como un lugar donde encontraría un singular tesoro escondido en un palacio de cristal.

Tres meses de intensos trabajos dieron como resultado el hallazgo de una cavidad subterránea que resultó ser una mina romana de lapis specularis, de la que no quedaba ni el recuerdo.

En la actualidad, gracias a la intervención de la asociación arqueológica: Cien mil pasos alrededor de Segóbriga y la diputación provincial de Cuenca, se ha convertido en lugar de obligada visita tanto por su interés histórico como cultural.

Si deseas saber más sobre esta historia, accede mediante este link

https://moraencantada.blogspot.com/2011/04/historia-de-un-sueno.html


martes, 20 de mayo de 2008

VALERIA-2006



Para mi amigo el legionario ,el cual sale muy favorecido

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