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Víznar III (Barranco de Víznar), Granada. 1936-1951, between 2.500 and 3.000 disappeared here. More than 6,500 people are buried in mass graves along the road between Víznar and Alfacar.
Víznar II (Barranco de Víznar), Granada. 2.11.1936, the pharmacist and feminist Milagro Almenara Pérez was shot together with Rosario Fregenal Píñar, Rosa Segura Calero and Concha Pertíñez Tabasco.
Víznar IV (Llanos de Corbera), Granada. 17/18.8.1936, 4:45, 400 victims, among them the poet Federico García Lorca, the school teacher Dióscoro Galindo and the anarchists Francisco Galadí and Joaquín Arcollas.
Barranco del Carrizal II, Órgiva, Granada. 11.8.1936 Manuel López López, deputy mayor of Lanjarón, and his sons Antonio, Félix were shot by the Guardia Cívil and Falangists and disappeared in this ravine. On 27.8.1936 a third son, Miguel, was murdered a bit futher down the valley.
Cementerio de San José, Granada. 15.8.1936, 5:00, Metallurgist and trade unionist Manuel Carmona Ruiz, 35 years; 1936-1956, 3,969 executed and disappeared.
Cementerio de San Juan, Badajoz, 14.8.1936, thousands were shot at the cemetery wall. In 2009 a modern and higher wall was built to cover the original wall, icon of the repression.
Castuera II, Badajoz, 4.1939-3.1940, the Gamonita mine and other mines around the concentration camp contain hundreds of disappeared.
Castuera III, Badajoz, 4.1939-3.1940. hundreds of prisoners were eliminated in the countryside or "walked" and shot by Falangist groups of the area. Jose González Barrero, mayor of Zafra, disappeared between 26 and 29 of April of 1939.
San Andrés, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. After the coup on 18.7.1936, prisoners were thrown to the bottom of the sea in tied sacks with stones.
Valle de los Caídos III (Cuelgamuros), Madrid, inaugurated on 1.4.1959, the basilica built with the work of political prisoners contains the remains of 33,833 people.
Valle de los Caídos II (Cuelgamuros), Madrid, 1.4.1959, rainwater flows through fissures in the rock, leaving part of the common graves in a deplorable state with piles of boxes with bones falling apart.
Monte de Estépar II, Burgos, 8.1936-10.1936, more than 300 people were "taken out" from the Burgos prison and shot.
Tresviso I (La Mesa), Cantabria. 11.1937, after the fall of the Northern Front of the Civil War many fighters were scattered throughout the mountains of Asturias.
O Candedo, Ourol, Lugo, 16.4.1938, three women of the Casabella family, María Xosé, her daughter Felicitas and grand-daughter Encarna, 13 years, were murdered by Falangistas.
O Amenal II, O Pino, La Coruña. 20.08.1936, 5 municipal council members of Boimorto, Caitán García Vázquez, Isidro and Andrés Filloy López were murdered and received the coup de grâce on the side of the road.
San Juan de Ortoño III, Ames, La Coruña. 20.8.1936, 6 members of the municipal council of Boimorto were buried in a common grave in the atrium of the church. The six corpes could not be recovered yet.
Villafranca del Bierzo II, León. 13.1.1937, Inocencio Cristalino García, 28, day labourer was killed near the river after jumping from the viaduct of Villafranca in a desperate attempt to escape.
Villalibre de la Jurisdicción I, León. 1936-1937, Arsenio Macias, a teenager of just 16 years old, was murdered by Falangistas as he refused to reveal the whereabouts of his brother.
Montearenas II (Autopista A-6), Ponferrada, León, 20.9.1937, Bernabé González Cañas, 29, was shot and buried in a mass grave. There are 60 documented murders in the Montearenas area but there may be more than 200. Several mass graves were lost due to the construction of the A-6 motorway.
Montes de Torozos II, Valladolid, 1936-1939Montes de Torozos II, Valladolid, 1936-1939, the monument to the victims of the Franco regime has been destroyed several times in the past. The highway linking Valladolid and León has come very close to the area of the mass graves.
Monte Ezcaba II (Fuerte de San Cristóbal), Navarra, 22.5.1938, a massive escape from the prison at Fort San Cristóbal converted the fort and its surroundings into a great grave in which lie the bodies of 207 fugitives; 1936-1945 an indeterminate group of unregistered prisoners was shot by Falangists and about 400 prisoners who left to die of starvation.
Campo de la Bota III (Parque del Fórum), Barcelona. 9.1936-10.1936, 44 soldiers that had taken part in the military coup were shot here by the republican authorities.
Campo de la Bota I, Barcelona. 14.2.1939-14.3.1952, 1,717 people were shot under the Franco regime.
Fossar de la Pedrera (Montjuïc), Barcelona. 1936-1952, 3,400 people executed by the Franco dictatorship after 1939, 1,300 victims of the bombing of Barcelona by Italian and German planes between 16 and 18 March 1938 and the dead of the events of May 1937 rest in this former quarry.