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When Teruel is named in the Civil War, the low temperatures that were reached in the winter of 1938 come to mind. However, it was one of the most active areas in terms of battles, combats and contests, in adition to its geographical, political, economic significance and even the international repercussion it achieved.

Already in 1936, it appears as a rebel, like a large part of the populations that surround it; This is attributed to the absence of military personnel from the republican faction and the high number of security forces related to the rebels.

The area remained at war until well into 1938, which adds up to almost two years of continuous wars, for this reason, a large amount of materials are preserved, of which the vestiges included in the “Entrench yourself” route can be highlighted.

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˃ Ditches. Alfambra

˃ Trincheras Serretilla – Mascarón. Camañas

˃ Santa Barbara Front. Celadas

˃ Búnker Alto de la Torana. Corbalán

˃ Trincheras Cabigordo. Corbalán

˃ Castelfrio fortifications. El Pobo

˃ Hoyalta Refuges. El Pobo

˃ Búnker Cabezo Alto. Torrelacárcel y Singra

˃ Fortines. Torrelacárcel

˃ Fortines del Plano. Villel

˃ Trincheras Portachuelo. Escorihuela

˃ Ladera La Corraliza. El Pobo

˃ Cerro Pino Redondo. Corbalán

˃ Cerro Montero. Villarquemado

˃ Cerro del Piojo. Villarquemado

˃ Morrón de la Tejería. Camañas

˃ Cerro de la Mina. Camañas