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Old October 11th, 2017, 11:07 AM   #1

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This is a new Spanish serie about the first 30 years of exploration and conquest in the New World, there will be 8 episodes

This is the first, unfortunatelly, no subtitles

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Old October 11th, 2017, 12:35 PM   #2

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This is a new Spanish serie about the first 30 years of exploration and conquest in the New World, there will be 8 episodes

This is the first, unfortunatelly, no subtitles

Outstanding! The theme is excellent and not often explored.

But let us hope that will be better than the last Spanish series that I begun to see about Viriato: “Hispania, la leyenda”. There was some lack of pace in that series.
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Outstanding! The theme is excellent and not often explored.

But let us hope that will be better than the last Spanish series that I begun to see about Viriato: “Hispania, la leyenda”. There was some lack of pace in that series.

Viriato ispania for is wrong

Viriato of lusitania is correct

after the Romans arrived they gave the name Ispania in the time of the Viriato, the Lusitanians had battle during 200 against the Romans.

it is easy for Tulius the Spaniards to tell the story of Viriato in their own way, we tell our way

é fácil amigo Tulius os espanhóis conta a história do Viriato á maneira deles,nós contamos á nossa maneira.
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Old October 11th, 2017, 02:19 PM   #4

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Outstanding! The theme is excellent and not often explored.

But let us hope that will be better than the last Spanish series that I begun to see about Viriato: “Hispania, la leyenda”. There was some lack of pace in that series.
haha I always tell people Hispania is bad, baaad

Friends were telling me today, this new serie is way ahead of Hispania, let see
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Old October 15th, 2017, 01:54 AM   #5

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haha I always tell people Hispania is bad, baaad

Friends were telling me today, this new serie is way ahead of Hispania, let see
Out of topic, did you saw "Juana la Loca"/(Mad Love)?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0270480/

I still didn't. If you did, do you recomend it?
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