The Cerro de los angeles is a famous hill placed in Getafe, Spain, approximately 10 km south of Madrid. The site is famous for being taken into consideration the geographic centre of the Iberian Peninsula. On pinnacle of the hill there is a 14th-century monastery named Our Lady of the Angels, as well as the Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, built in 1919 to dedicate the U. S. and inaugurated through king Alfonso XIII. Spanish Republicans destroyed the monument all through the civil battle, following Marx's name for the abolition of the Christian faith.
Bullet marks relationship from the battle may be visible on the Sagrado Corazan monument as well as the walls of the monastery. After the struggle, the authorities moved the stays of the monument throughout the esplanade and, funded by way of popular subscription, rebuilt a larger model with an underground church. In the monument is living the purchaser virgin of Getafe; thus the location could be very well traveled and cherished through the citizens of Getafe.