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Yucatan tour: Live as a local
Yucatan tour: Live as a local
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International Train Station of Canfranc

Located in the valley of the Arañones in the Pyrinees of Huesca, this international train station that linked France with Spain through the Somport tunnel was built at the end of the First World War and inaugurated in 1928.

For its construction the village of Canfranc was also built during the 30s lived its period of maximum splendor. During the Spanish Civil War, Franco's troops blew up the tunnel to prevent the arrival of aid for the Spanish Republic.

During Second World War, it was occupied by alemany army witnessed both Jews and refugees fleeing Nazi troops, as trade between the Spanish and Portuguese dictatorships with Hitler.

In the next pictures I will tell you some of the secrets that occurred in this enclave during the war and that marked his abandonment in 1970. If you are interested in this topic, i suggest to read the book & articles of Ramon J Campo.
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International Train Station of Canfranc

Located in the valley of the Arañones in the Pyrinees of Huesca, this international train station that linked France with Spain through the Somport tunnel was built at the end of the First World War and inaugurated in 1928.

For its construction the village of Canfranc was also built during the 30s lived its period of maximum splendor. During the Spanish Civil War, Franco's troops blew up the tunnel to prevent the arrival of aid for the Spanish Republic.

During Second World War, it was occupied by alemany army witnessed both Jews and refugees fleeing Nazi troops, as trade between the Spanish and Portuguese dictatorships with Hitler.

In the next pictures I will tell you some of the secrets that occurred in this enclave during the war and that marked his abandonment in 1970.

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