Semah de Valencia: Our Quest for Sephardic Roots. #SepharadChronicles

We started to reconnect our family stories with #Sefarad in 2014. We crossed this small arch to enter our first jewish quarters in #Spain ‘La Juderia de Sagunto’ was the beginning our our quest for #sephardicroots and our family #semahdevalencia. We are compiling photos, stories, archives, and more to track our ancestors. These are our #SefaradChronicles. #drlepervanche_spain #drlepervanche_sagunto #drlepervanche_sefarad #drlepervanche2014

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The Steel Industry in Port Sagunto, Valencia, Spain | Global Learning Adventures

Global Learning Adventures – The Steel Industry in Port Sagunto, Valencia, Spain 

Global Learning Adventures in Port Sagunto, Valencia, Spain. Blast Furnace Nº.2 is the only surviving blast furnace tower of the three that were in operation at the height of the steel industry’s activity in Puerto de Sagunto. The structure, which is 64 metres high, was built in 1922 and rebuilt in the 1960s. Operating at 1000 degrees centigrade, it was used to create the steel and iron that was employed in the large construction projects of the 20th-century, such as the building known as the “finca de hierro” in Valencia, the Windsor building in Madrid, the Telefonica building in Seville and the Seat factory in Barcelona. Following its restoration, it received the Europa Nostra 2012 (European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage) Award. Visitors to the furnace tower can discover how it worked and find out about the steel-making industry that gave rise to the Port of Sagunto. (http://www.valenciaturisme.org/en/municipio/sagunto)

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Keywords: Steel Industry, Supply Chain, Logistics, International Business