The Spanish Civil War and Google Street View New project blends images from the siege of Madrid with modern-day photographs of the capital 1 DIC 2014 - 11:59 CET 1The Puerta de Alcalá. 2Calle Atocha, close to Antón Martín metro station 3Calle Mayor in 1937 and the present day 4The famous Civil War slogan “They shall not pass” hanging from calle Toledo. 5Calle San Jerónimo, between the Puerta del Sol and the Congress building 6Corner of Calle Fuencarral and Gran Vía. 7The Communist Party parade on Calle Génova, close to what is today the central office of the Popular Party 8Gran Vía. A hit close to the Telefónica building, then the tallest in Madrid and a landmark for Franco’s gunners 9Gran Vía today and in 1937, running east. 10Swastikas on the Gran Vía. Franco supported Hitler until the war turned against Germany. 11Mortar attack creates havoc on Gran Vía, close to Calle Montera. 12Crater shell close to the Prado Museum. 13Horse and cart on calle Preciados, today a pedestrian shopping street 14The Communist Party showing its presence on the Puerta de Alcalá. 15Preparations for the defense of Madrid in the Puerta del Sol in 1936 16Republican soldiers give clenched fist salutes in the Puerta del Sol.