Cementerio de la Almudena

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Template:Infobox cemetery The Cementerio de Nuestra Señora de La Almudena (Template:Lang-en) is a cemetery in Madrid, Spain. It is the largest in Madrid and one of the largest in Western Europe. The number of persons buried is estimated to be about five million, larger than the population of Madrid itself, since it was the main cemetery for the entire city from 1884 to 1973, and from the 1920s was almost the only one for the majority of the population of Madrid.

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View of the cemetery buildings.

Notable burials

  • Niceto Alcalá-Zamora (1877–1949), president of the Second Spanish Republic
  • Vicente Aleixandre (1898–1984), poet, Nobel laureate
  • Dámaso Alonso (1898–1990), writer
  • Angel de Andrés (1918–2006), actor and theathre director
  • Benito Pérez Galdós (1843–1920), Spanish writer
  • Luis Barbero (1916–2005), actor
  • Pío Baroja (1872–1956), Spanish writer
  • José Bódalo (1916–1985), actor
  • Tullio Carminati (1882–1965), Spanish Hollywood actor
  • Julia Caba Alba (1902–1988), actress
  • José María Caffarel (1919–1999), actor
  • Estrellita Castro (1914–1983), singer, actress
  • Salvador Videgain (1886-1957), actor, director and producer of theatre
  • Francisco Alonso (1890-1948), compositor
  • Antonia García de Videgain (1850-1924), actress and singer
  • Matilde Muñoz Sampedro (1906-1928) actress
  • Antonio Flores (1961–1995), rock musician
  • Lola Flores (1923–1995), famous gypsy singer, dancer and actress
  • Antonio Garisa (1916–1989), actor
  • Irene Gutiérrez Caba (1929–1995), actress
  • Julián Marías (1914–2005), philosopher
  • Alfredo Mayo (1911–1985), actor
  • José Martín Mena (1935–2006), illustrator
  • Antonio Molina (1928–1992), actor
  • José Conde Nieves (1911–2006), director
  • Juan Carlos Onetti (1909–1994), Uruguayan author
  • Luis Peña (1918–1977), actor
  • Ángel Picazo (1917–1998), actor
  • Emiliano Piedra (1931–1991), film producer
  • Mari Carmen Prendes (1906–2002), actress
  • Mercedes Prendes (1908–1981), actress
  • Federico Romero (1886–1976), poet and librettist
  • Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852–1934), scientist, Nobel prize winner
  • Olga Ramos (1918–2005), singer
  • Aurora Redondo (1900–1996), actress
  • Fernando Rey (1917–1994), actor
  • Cecilia Sobredo (1948–1976), singer
  • Enrique Urquijo (1960–1999), singer
  • Frank Yerby (1916–1991), African-American novelist
  • José María Alvira 1864-1938 compositor

References

External links

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