Granada Modern History
In another chapter on the impact on
Since the triumph of Nations Uprising in
Among the mayors elected by them out for Gallego Burin, alderman of the early days of Franco's for 13 years, and Sola Rodriguez-Bolivar, who remained in office for 15 years.
In 1970 there was a building fire that caused three fatalities. A report endorsed a monument that was erected in La Caleta.
Movement of the press immediately launched an attack against
and charged the clergy of
ETA has committed several terrorist attacks, including the
nine killed in October 2000 and the Prosecutor of the High Court of Justice of
Civil War and Franco
The Civil War in
He was only one death resulting from the Spanish Civil War, but the quality of the person killed and the circumstances that attended the event has ended by becoming a symbol.
The historian Ian Gibson described in the book The Repression of Nationalist Granada and the Death of Federico Garcia Lorca the election results of February 1936, in Spain, the Granada events of March 10, the tension in relations between various civil governors taking place this spring tragic, the cancelation of parliamentary elections in the province of Granada, the replacement of the council in October 1934 that dismissed the conspiracy and nationalist.
November 6, 1982, Pope John Paul II visited the city of
In the ’90s communications were improved, with highways
It has been the headquarters of the Royal Chancellery since
1587 and currently houses the High Court of Justice of
The first democratic municipal elections were held in Spain on April 3, 1979, and four political parties won representation in Granada: UCD, PSOE, PCE, and PSA—none got enough votes to govern—and allied PSOE, PCE, and PSA appointed socialist mayor Antonio Jara Andreu full municipal councilor elect.
In 1989 the headquarters of the High Court of Justice of
Andalusia was built in the city of