FILED - 05 July 2018, Spain, El Escorial: A 155 metres high and 44 metres wide concrete cross stands on the top of the Risco de la Nava behind the Benedictine abbey in the Valle de los Caidos (Valley of the Fallen). Inside the monument next to Cuelgamuros near El Escorial in the Sierra de Guadarrama lies the tomb of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco and the founder of the fascist movement Falange, José Antonio Primo de Rivera. It is known as one of the largest newer mausoleums of the world and the most important architectural symbol of Franco's dictatorship. Next to the basilica, in a shrine,

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FILED - 05 July 2018, Spain, El Escorial: A 155 metres high and 44 metres wide concrete cross stands on the top of the Risco de la Nava behind the Benedictine abbey in the Valle de los Caidos (Valley of the Fallen). Inside the monument next to Cuelgamuros near El Escorial in the Sierra de Guadarrama lies the tomb of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco and the founder of the fascist movement Falange, José Antonio Primo de Rivera. It is known as one of the largest newer mausoleums of the world and the most important architectural symbol of Franco's dictatorship. Next to the basilica, in a shrine,
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Image ID: P8M1CD
FILED - 05 July 2018, Spain, El Escorial: A 155 metres high and 44 metres wide concrete cross stands on the top of the Risco de la Nava behind the Benedictine abbey in the Valle de los Caidos (Valley of the Fallen). Inside the monument next to Cuelgamuros near El Escorial in the Sierra de Guadarrama lies the tomb of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco and the founder of the fascist movement Falange, José Antonio Primo de Rivera. It is known as one of the largest newer mausoleums of the world and the most important architectural symbol of Franco's dictatorship. Next to the basilica, in a shrine, are kept around 30.000 bones from the Spanish Civil War. Photo: Ana Lázaro/dpa

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