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The Alcazar of Toledo in Spain is a fortress dating back to the third century AD.
Belchite contains the ghostly remains of a town destroyed during the Spanish Civil War.
The Casa-Museo Federico Garcia Lorca is dedicated to the life of Spanish poet, playwright and writer Federico Garcia Lorca. It is housed in the Huerta de San Vicente, the summer house of the Garcia Lorca family.
The Centre d’Interpretació 115 Dies in Corbera d’Ebre is a museum dedicated to the bloody Battle of the Ebro in the Spanish Civil War.
The General Archive on the Spanish Civil War holds vital records from this period of Spanish history.
The Pablo Picasso Foundation Museum showcases original works by Pablo Picasso in its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. The museum occupies the first floor of the building where the painter was born.
Refugi 307 was one of thousands of bomb shelters built in Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War.