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Rojales is the town I grew up in. It is a 250-year-old little village in south-eastern Spain. Known for its history and beauty. One of the attractions of Rojales are several caves that served as residences from the 18th to the 20th century. Over the years, the caves were gradually excavated into the rock, creating spaces that were lived in until not so long ago. The uneven whitewashed walls create unique and beautiful spaces that the municipality decided to give a new purpose. The fifteen caves in the area currently host craft workshops and markets selling the work of artists and artisans.

With these images, 

I wanted to show a bit about the history of Rojales and the artisans that live and work in these beautiful caves.


Creative Direction Carolina Taborda

Photographer Carlos Martinez

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