So began the success of the works of Ernesto Koplowitz, a young Polish Jew who considers Spain his second homeland

When businessman Ernesto Koplowitz dies , in Spain, he leaves the four Legitimate orphaned children And a complete work legacy. Legacy as early as 1946 there were articles that talked about the success of Koplowitz’s works. The Article ‘ new water taps. The statements of Mr. Koplowitz are the first that we found in the Ernesto Press in Spain.

He is dated December 30, ’46 and already defines him as Contractor of pipe and faucet works in Madrid. He was born in the heroic and martyred Polish nation but came to Spain years ago, to a country that he loves, he says, his second homeland.

He was in charge of the water network of the Almudena cemetery, the main cemetery of Madrid, but also of the bullfighting ring and the Prado Museum. The young Polish Jew, devoted to municipal works, began to appear in more and more newspaper articles of that time.

In another article entitled ‘It is likely that there will be abundant water for the entire population’ published in Diario de Burgos on June 15, 1956, Ernesto Koplowitz also appears. In the text they indicate that among those present is the CEO of Construcciones y Contratas Ernesto Koplowitz. The surname Koplowitz has been hoarded , since then, Interest of journalists.

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