Zaragoza, the city that saves the most water in the whole of Spain
Asking someone from Zaragoza about the Ebro is comparable to asking someone from Argentina about Maradona. To start with, they will look concerned, and then they will clear their throats and answer that the river is the pride of the city, “the greatest”, the backbone of a land which is sometimes as dry as Cabo de Gata and the symbol of an entire civilization. “Did you know the Iberian Peninsula took its name from the Iber?” they will ask you.
Asking someone from Zaragoza about the water issue is comparable to asking someone from Catalonia about autonomous financing. Firstly they will look at you with mistrust. Then they will explain: “If Levante has not got resources, despite being next to the sea, it should stop making golf courses, but they cannot take the water away from us”.