2,200 bodies recovered so far from Spain's largest mass Civil War grave





Work is continuing at the San Rafael Cemetery in Málaga to recover and catalogue the remains of the people shot by fascist troops and placed in a series of mass graves at the site.

It’s thought that 4,500 people met their deaths there between the years 1936 and 1951, and so far 2,200 bodies have been recovered and documented from what is the largest mass grave site in Spain.


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