As a key to a magical city, the Valley of the Sugar Mills in Trinidad, health or fire the visitor or native. And in that mental picture they do to be for an indefinite period, crowning a bold architectural framework even for its time: Manaca Iznaga tower, imposing and majestic.
Trinidad has a new world that has not yet found a Columbus discover it. In those caves older than the Trinity itself, in the foothills of the Watcher and Cantoja, catacombs full of legends that can hide myths and stories told from those years and they deserve the importance of its meaning, to continue living in spite of time.
In the year 1892, and in a Trinitarian peripheral neighborhoods, a Spanish immigrant patiently taught him the art of pottery to a young man named Santander, who saw fit to create a small shop, not knowing that later became a great story.