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Miguel de Unamuno is my favorite author. He reminds you that life is no-one but your own's. So take decisions. Easier said then done. Yet, still worth fighting for it.

Miguel de Unamuno is my favorite author. He reminds you that life is no-one but your own's. So take decisions. Easier said then done. Yet, still worth fighting for it.

1.A2: Hometown I don't know anything about astronomy but stars impress me. A lot. From polar lights to electric pollution, its a scientific-fictional paradox: scientifically approved but still magical. And this picture was taken where I live. Its one of the three most clear-skied places in Spain.

1.A2: Hometown I don't know anything about astronomy but stars impress me. A lot. From polar lights to electric pollution, its a scientific-fictional paradox: scientifically approved but still magical. And this picture was taken where I live. Its one of the three most clear-skied places in Spain.

We are in a Marketing agency, so here's my favorite advertisement: It is a response to a Spanish law that prohibits protesting in front of the parliament. This is a serious degradation of democracy and that is why this campaign was launched. A platform was created where people could leave a voice message or record a video of themselves criticizing the aforementioned law. These were converted into a hologram and projected in front of the parliament. This is the result.

"Hologramas para la Libertad": the first hologram protest in history held against Spain’s Gag Law.

1.A: Hometown I am from Madrid. Because I am half German I never felt really Spanish. I just needed to leave Spain to find about my deep ties to the town that made me.

Streets from La Latina, one of the most genuinely authentic areas from the city. This neighborhood is full of pubs, bars and taverns that attract young locals during the weekend and all kind of people who want to visit El Rastro market on Sundays morning.

The Pantheon - Rome, Italy - 126 A.D One of the most interesting buildings in the world. It will still your heart.

The Pantheon - Rome, Italy - rebuilt in 126 AD by the emperor Hadrian. "Anyone who goes to Rome without seeing the Pantheon goes and comes back an ass.