Belchite is a village in the province of Zaragoza, Spain, about 40 km southeast of Zaragoza. Between August 24 and September 7, 1937, loyalist Spanish Republican and rebel General Franco's forces in the Spanish Civil War fought the Battle of Belchite in and around the town. After 1939 a new village of Belchite was built adjacent to the ruins of the old, which remain a ghost town as a memorial to the war.
This medieval town that looks like kind of a Lego city is called Albarracin and is located in the central region of Aragon. The whole town was declared as National Monument and protected area, so its buildings and streets make a perfect spot for feeling old times.
Places to see in ( Icod de los Vinos - Spain ) Icod de los Vinos is a municipality in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands located in the northwest part of the island. Inhabitants of Icod are known in Spanish as "icodenses". Icod de los Vinos is located on a continuous smooth slope that stretches from the extensive forests of Canary Island Pine down to the sea and has almost 10 km of shoreline. The city is surrounded by fertile valley and…
Plaza del pilar in Zaragoza Zaragoza is one of the great monumental towns in Spain. It was founded some 2000 years ago, and Old-Iberians, Romans, Goths and Arabians equally left their heritage. Zaragoza as well includes important buildings of Spanish baroque.