The images of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco and Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler were projected at Guadamur’s castle in Spain during a local festival, causing the reaction of the public.
The festival was dedicated to the recovery of the treasure of Guarrazar, a collection of Visigoth gold work sold to France in the late 19th century and recovered by Spain during France’s occupation by the German Nazis.
The projection was supposed to illustrate, in a documentary way, the negotiations bet...
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