‘We need people here’: the Spanish towns welcoming migrants

Small towns look to bring back life and the sound of children after young Spaniards leave in search of work

On the wall of a small flat in Pareja, not far from the chemist, the plaza mayor and the 16th-century church, hangs a picture of a wooden farmhouse set among the palms and endless plains of western Venezuela.

Were the painting bigger, it would show the mud-brick bread oven where Ángel Márquez and his family baked bread to sell, and the cows, the pigs and the horse they left behind when they finally decided enough was enough.

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Author: Noticiero

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