In the Iberian site of Coll del Moro a defensive tower stands out. The core appears to have been founded in the 6th century BC. The numerous remains of Phoenician and Greek pottery confirm links between the Iberians and other civilizations. The town was abandoned in the 1st century AD.
Meet the events of the Ebro Battle at the end of the Spanish Civil War. Built in the building of the old public schools, the museum has good audiovisuals of what this battle was and what it meant for the inhabitants of the territory.
The whole of the Old Town of Corbera de Ebre was declared a Site of Cultural Interest, as a Historic Place, by the Generalitat de Catalunya. It has also become a monument to peace and a must-see for anyone who wants to know the disasters of war.
The Spaces of the Ebro Battle include 19 historical locations and five Interpretation Centers: 115 days (Corbera de Ebro), Soldiers in the trenches (Vilalba dels Arcs), Blood Hospitals (Batea), The voices from the front (Pinell de Brai) and International in the Ebro (La Fatarella).
This interpretation center located in Fatarella aims to convey the importance of international participation in the development of the Civil War and the Battle of the Ebro. Furthermore, it addresses the internationalization of the conflict from various perspectives.
The Soldados en las Trincheras Interpretation Center, located in Vilalba dels Arcs, offers visitors a dual approach to what was happening in the trenches. He moves away from a purely warlike or strategic gaze: he wants to show the situations and emotions experienced by the soldiers.