BarcelonaFor many years, the Pi de les Corts was one of the meeting points for Barça fans. Now, this pine tree looks sad, near the confluence of the Travessera de les Corts and Carrer Vilamur, protected by old iron fences. To this day. After months of asking for it, the Penya Blaugrana de les Corts has managed to inaugurate a plaque to remember the importance of this tree that has survived over the years. “We need to remember the places that are part of Barça’s history,” said Toni Planchart, the club’s president. Yes, the Pi de les Corts, located at the northern goal of the old stadium of Les Corts, was for decades a place as well known as the Canaletes fountain, for Barça fans. But history has cornered him. Time does not forgive, although with initiatives like this you can fight to prevent oblivion from succeeding.