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Burgos - Cuevas - Ojo Guareña [Guerra / War 1936-1939]
Northern Spain

Spanish civil war (1936-1939)

Cuevas. Ojo Guareña. Burgos.

Estas cuevas sirvieron a los Flechas Negras (Fiamme nere) italianos como lugar de encuentro antes de la Batalla de Santander. Un vídeo del Archivio Storico LUCE los muestra en este lugar en agosto de 1937.

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