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Spanish troops find return bittersweet

By Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / May 9, 2004

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BADAJOZ, Spain -- For centuries, Spanish conquerors have been coming home to this rugged, remote terrain near the border with Portugal. The gray stone castles and the towering cathedrals that dot the rocky countryside were built 500 years ago by native conquistadors returning triumphantly from the New World after plundering its riches. (Full Article: 1386 Words)

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