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Artisans in Toledo, Spain, have been famous for their fine steel swords since the 5th century BC. But mass-production and lack of demand as weapons are threatening the hand-forged sword industry. We visited the city’s last few workshops keeping the traditional craft alive.
For information about Mariano Zamorano Sword Factory, visit: https://marianozamorano.com/en/
In a previous version of this video, the date Hannibal crossed the Alps is mispronounced as it should be 218 BC, not 2018 BC. We regret the error.
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