San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Spain - July 7, 2018: The Valle de los Caidos or Valley of the Fallen was erected in the Mountain Range of Guadarrama, near Madrid, conceived by Spanish dictator Francisco Franco to honour and bury those who died in the Spanish Civil War. Spain’s new prime minister, Pedro Sanchez has announced that his government wanted to exhume Franco and move him to a more modest burial place, as part of an effort to atone for the crimes of the civil war. Juan Jimenez/Alamy Live News

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San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Spain - July 7, 2018: The Valle de los Caidos or Valley of the Fallen was erected in the Mountain Range of Guadarrama, near Madrid, conceived by Spanish dictator Francisco Franco to honour and bury those who died in the Spanish Civil War. Spain’s new prime minister, Pedro Sanchez has announced that his government wanted to exhume Franco and move him to a more modest burial place, as part of an effort to atone for the crimes of the civil war. Juan Jimenez/Alamy Live News
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Location: El Valle de los Caídos, Carretera de Guadarrama/El Escorial, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, España
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