Cementerio de San Juan, Badajoz (2016). In 2009 a new and higher wall was built to hide the original cemetery wall, a symbol of the Francoist repression. After the conquest of Badajoz on 14 August 1936 the rebels murdered between 1.800 and 4.000 people. Many were executed on this spot.San Rafael Cemetery, Málaga (2020). After February 1937, the occupation of Málaga, 4,471 people were murdered here. The exhumation of 2,840 bodies in 2006 unearthed one of the biggest extermination sites of the Francoist repression in Spain.