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The Atocha station, by the mere fact of being a train station, is theoretically characterized by Marc Auge (1992/2000) as a non-place. Auge (1992/2000) characterizes these non-places as spaces devoid of any history or stories, impossible to appropriate, and that arise from supermodernity, a period that began at the end of the last century and is ch...

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