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The Fossar de les Moreres is the site of the cemetery of the Santa Maria del Mar Church where martyrs of the Siege of Barcelona in 1714 were buried.
The Fossar de les Moreres is the site of the cemetery of the Santa Maria del Mar Church where martyrs of the Siege of Barcelona in 1714 were buried. Now a public square, it features a memorial to the Catalan defenders paved with red bricks, next to a curved torch with an eternal flame. The plaque under the mulberry trees is inscribed with a heroic poem by Hubert Frederic Soler (Serafi Pitarra), El Fossar de les Moreres.
Plaza Fossar de les Moreres, s/n, 08003 Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
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