Historia de Galicia   29/07/2020                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        At one time we were afraid of the mountain. It was the mountain of wolf, of the ogre, of darkness. It was the place where we could get lost. When elders told us tales, the mountain was the preferred place to hide from enemies, traps, anguish. […] At one time we felt safe between the houses, in the city, the neighborhood. This was the place where we were looking for teammates, where we found them to play together. […]

But in a few decades, everything changed. There has been a tremendous, fast, total transformation, as our society has never seen before (at least as recorded in documented history). […] The mountain became beautiful, luminous, the object of dreams and desires. The city, on the other hand, has become something dirty, gray, monstrous”. This is Francesco Tonucci’s story appearing on the website of “A Vila do Mañá” project