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Via a grave site, Spain relives harsh divisions

Many seek to dig into war's remains

By Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / August 22, 2004

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GRANADA, Spain -- On a hillside overlooking the Sierra Nevada mountains, a gnarled olive tree and a simple granite marker stand where historians believe Spain's most celebrated 20th-century poet, Federico Garcia Lorca, was summarily executed and dumped in a communal grave. (Full Article: 1622 Words)

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