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Mission: Impossible, the Valley of the Fallen

Valle de los Caidos

A religious shrine or a monument to hate? The Valley of the Fallen, which houses General Franco’s tomb, has loomed over the landscape outside Madrid and Spain’s collective memory for decades. Now, 36 years after the death of the dictator, the government has appointed a commission to decide the site’s fate.

June 20th, 2011 | Posted in Politics | Read More »

Valley of the Fallen: “A symbol of the Franco dictatorship or a religious site?”

Valley of the Fallen: A symbol of the Franco dictatorship or a religious site?

With the Spanish government now pondering what to do with the Valley of the Fallen, freelance journalist and Iberosphere contributor Nick Lyne visits the site of General Franco’s tomb outside Madrid and questions its status in modern Spain.

June 20th, 2011 | Posted in Videos | Read More »

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