octubre 20, 2021
José antonio labordeta aragón

José antonio labordeta aragón

José antonio labordeta – la vieja

Comúnmente conocido como Parque Grande, este precioso parque está asentado en el sur de la ciudad y está considerado como uno de los mejores lugares que visitar en Zaragoza. Con una superficie de 409.000 metros cuadrados, el parque más grande de la ciudad llega hasta otras muchas atracciones como los Pinares de Venecia, el Canal Imperial de Aragón y el barrio de Torrero. El parque cuenta con 15 fuentes, un jardín botánico, un mirador, muchas terrazas y estatuas para las personas. Hay muchas cosas que un turista puede hacer en el parque, como ciclismo, tándem, carreras de carros y demás. También alberga un tren turístico y un circuito de 1500 metros de longitud para los atletas. El parque se creó en 1929 y ha sido renovado muchas veces desde entonces. No lo dude. Pasará un rato divertido aquí, ya que el lugar tiene mucho que ofrecer.Cómo llegar al Parque Grande José Antonio Labordeta

José antonio labordeta – aragón (27.06.1978)

José Antonio Labordeta Subías (10 de marzo de 1935, en Zaragoza, Aragón, España – 19 de septiembre de 2010, Zaragoza, Aragón, España[1]) fue un cantante, compositor, poeta, escritor y activista político español (aragonés). La Gran Enciclopedia Aragonesa 2000 lo describió como “El más importante cantautor aragonés”. Comenzó a cantar en un intento de dar más relevancia a su poesía; sus canciones son himnos conocidos y queridos en Aragón. Canciones poéticas como “Aragón”, “Canto a la Libertad” o “Me dicen que no quieres” fueron también cantadas en toda España.
También fue el fundador del periódico Andalán, muy influyente durante los años 70. Desde el año 2000 hasta su jubilación en 2008, representó a Zaragoza en el Congreso de los Diputados por Chunta Aragonesista, un partido político aragonés[2].

Song to freedom (labordeta) himno de aragón ya!

These awards, statewide, want to recognize and distinguish individuals, organizations and institutions that have stood out for their professional work, effort and perseverance in each of their fields, but also for their humanity and social commitment. The award ceremony will be held on Monday,
The strike committee reports that “we see a possible agreement as far off” since there has been no meeting with FCC management since the stoppages and mobilizations began, therefore “it is impossible to reach any agreement if the company does not want to sit down to negotiate”.
From Friday to Sunday, in Fondespala / Fuentespalda and Vall-de-roures / Val de Robres, the traveling exhibition on the Aragonese author will be inaugurated, the round table “Landscape and depopulation” will be held, and the comic “TeBeO Labordeta” will be presented.
On the occasion of the Diya d’Aragón and the Book Day, citizens are invited to visit the Zaragoza headquarters of the José Antonio Labordeta Foundation to read his work and that of Gloria Fuertes, on the centenary of her birth.

Aragon jose.a. labordeta

–This is how we still see him at home and this is how I would like him to continue, but I would like him to live on in later generations. He dedicated himself fully to Aragon with great enthusiasm and left a great part of his life for this land. He has also left precious poems, unforgettable songs, he worked in politics, which was perhaps the hardest stage… José Antonio’s legacy is beautiful. He was a deeply generous man with everyone.
–There are not many, that’s the truth. We thought at the beginning that many more people would support with their contributions, whatever they were. But the ones that are there are so real and so involved that I’m very grateful to everybody.
–I think about it many times, but I don’t know what he would think. I just know that he was always true to himself and honest. He never wavered. Not everyone can say that. I don’t go into whether he was right or wrong in his arguments, but he was absolutely true to what he thought.
–If you go through the journals, they are all very similar in language. They are like lessons learned. José Antonio was the opposite. He spoke as if he were in the dining room of his house. There is an anecdote that I like to remember. Rubalcaba, whom I loved very much, always told me the same thing: José Antonio was special. When we had meetings with a specific time, he would arrive, he would say everything he had to say without beating around the bush and we would have half the time left over to talk about other things. He was like that. He didn’t go around with nonsense and flourishes.

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