Mingorrubio el pardo madrid

El pardo madrid houses

The colony of Mingorrubio was built during the 1960s by the architect Diego Méndez González on land on the El Pardo hill (property of the National Heritage) in order to house the military members of Francisco Franco’s bodyguard (currently the Royal Guard), who resided in the attached Royal Palace.
It is a popular destination for visits by the inhabitants of Madrid, due to the surrounding forest, its location next to the Manzanares, the existence of nearby sports facilities and the cemetery of Mingorrubio.[3] The patron saint of the village is San Juan, whose feast day is celebrated during the week of June 24.

Monte del pardo

Its construction had a cost of eleven and a half million pesetas, which were defrayed by the City Council of Madrid, by decision of Mayor Arias Navarro.[2] The circumstances of its construction, the discretion with which it was carried out, its small size and the proximity of the Palace of El Pardo caused suspicions about the real recipients of the complex.[3] It houses the remains of Francisco Franco since October 2019, transferred from the Valley of the Fallen, as well as those of various high-ranking officials of Franco’s dictatorship and other personalities from the world of art of the Francoist world.
It houses the remains of Francisco Franco since October 24, 2019, transferred from the Valley of the Fallen, as well as those of various high-ranking officials of the Franco dictatorship and other personalities from the world of art and culture.

El pardo mountain pardogeographical feature

The colony of Mingorrubio was built during the 1960s by the architect Diego Méndez González on the grounds of El Pardo mountain (property of the National Heritage) in order to house the military members of Francisco Franco’s bodyguard (now the Royal Guard), who resided in the attached Royal Palace.
It is a popular destination for visits by the inhabitants of Madrid, due to the surrounding forest, its location next to the Manzanares, the existence of nearby sports facilities and the cemetery of Mingorrubio.[3] The patron saint of the village is San Juan, whose feast day is celebrated during the week of June 24.

Idealista mingorrubio

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El Cementerio de Mingorrubio (español: Cementerio de Mingorrubio), también llamado Cementerio de El Pardo (español: Cementerio de El Pardo), es un cementerio municipal de Madrid, España, situado en el barrio de Mingorrubio, en el distrito norte de Fuencarral-El Pardo.

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