Granadilla, Spain


Granadilla is a ghost town in Spain. It is located in Extremadura. Since 1960 it belongs to Zarza de Granadilla's municipality. On June 24, 1955 its citizens had to leave when the Spanish Council of Ministers built a reservoir.[1] Currently, the area is a summer campsite for young people and tourists.[1]

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References


  1. 1.0 1.1 Granadilla (Cáceres) , Lugaresconhistoria.com. (in Spanish)









Categories: Ghost towns | Settlements in Extremadura




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