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Interesting insight into the Spanish Civil War

The village was destroyed in the Spanish Civil war. Instead of rebuilding it they built a new... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2016
286Jenny
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
The horror of a Civil War still visible

In 1937 the village of Belchite was the unfortunate site of a battle between Spanish Republicans... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2015
SeimenBurum
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Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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1 Jun 2016
“Interesting insight into the Spanish Civil War”
28 Jul 2015
“The horror of a Civil War still visible”
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Founded in 1907, Molino Alfonso has been producing the best olive oil of the centenaries olive trees of Belchite region, province of Zaragoza, roughly equidistant from the Mediterranean and Pyrenees, in north-eastern Spain. Dedicated to the...more
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Carretera Carinena S/N, 50130 Belchite, Spain
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Reviewed 1 June 2016

The village was destroyed in the Spanish Civil war. Instead of rebuilding it they built a new village a few metres away and kept the old one as a reminder of the horrors of the Civil war. it was very interesting

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Reviewed 29 July 2015

In 1937 the village of Belchite was the unfortunate site of a battle between Spanish Republicans and rebel General Franco's forces during the Spanish Civil War. It took years to build a new village adjacent to the ruins of the old destroyed part. The remains...More

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Reviewed 1 November 2014

During your visit to view the remains at Belchite I would suggest a visit here, you can see Olive Oil being pressed and the process explained, never seen this before and found it of real interest. Have a fantastic shop with a wide range of...More

Thank James H
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