Delving further into the continent they stopped in Madrid, in the spring of 2010. In the Park of Juan Carlos I, among olive trees and acrobatic fountains, flowered trees and bushes, the guardians were focused on that open landscape of time and space: the spirit of an earth where Phoenicians, Visigoths, Iberians, Romans, Jewish, Mozarabs left their living blood in the formidable melting pot of cultures that is Spain, and their dead blood in devious expulsions, greedy wars of conquest, bloody fights between brothers and traitorous religious clashes. The Garden of the Three Cultures, with areas dedicated to Muslim, Jewish and Christian faiths, represents a symbol of reconciliation among the voices that arrived to the titans. At the sound of these ghosts made of history the sculptures absorbed an immeasurable noise – screams and cries, arms, military marches or good-byes on platforms without risk – and they concentrated it with their sharp silence. Girls, boys, and blind people were able to realize the unsaid by touching the bodies of the figures and their touch box.