Pyrenean border, far from being a barrier, has historically been for the locals connection and exchange territory, crossed by a constant flow of people, goods and workers on both sides of the ridge.
Indeed, the inhabitants of both sides of the Pyrenees have gone to either side depending on their personal circumstances and the various economic or political situations.
family ties, trade and labor have articulated a community, although it has no institutional and administrative base. For several years (1936-1945), the passage of the border became a vital objective for forced thousands of victims of war and repression.
Outlaws dictatorships implemented on both sides staged a saga that deserves to be recalled and preserved for future generations so that they are aware of the need to protect peace and democracy, as well as its fragility.