3424: cave
Muela 30T 454438 4796272 (Datum: ETRS89. Accuracy code: G) Altitude 767m
Length 15m
Area position

Updated 3rd December 2010

The entrance is via a narrow rift in the cliff-face. It leads to two slots down into a passage which, after 5m, opens out into a chamber at the bottom of a 5m shaft to the surface. Apparently this cave was used as a hide-out in the Spanish Civil War. It is certainly well-hidden and protected, but damp and uncomfortable. It was probably not in use for very long; the only remains left behind are a broken earthenware pot and possibly some charcoal from a hearth, with a few bones and egg shells.

Reference: anon., 2010b (Easter logbook); Smith Peter, 2012
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