Some counties in Spain have a lower population density than the most uninhabited parts of Lapland or northern Finland, in the solitude of the Arctic Circle. In these regions, far from everywhere, local traditions remain rooted, and demonstrate the identity of largely forgotten places.

The Easter celebration, almost without parishioners, walking the lonely streets of Orihuela del Tremedal with holy images.

In Chequilla, a village camouflaged by its environment, natural orography is used to run bullfights, where people spectate from the top of large rocks.

Recalling and recovering the work of “hookers”, the carriers of trunks. Only helped by a stick with a hook, in the past the “hookers” .

Enormous drums always accompany festivities in the most remote villages of South Aragón.