for the Spain they believed to be better:
Family Chapel in Corró d’Avall Cemetery,
Les Franqueses del Vallès (Barcelona)
According to the Democratic Memorial Memory Bank / Banc de Memòria Democrática del Memorial Democràtic this preserved francoist symbol is "a kind of family chapel separated from the rest of the cemetery by a wall and a grid.
On both sides, vertically, there are 4 individual niche plates. On the wall of the interior bottom of the monument there is a sarcophagus with a large cross on the lid. On the left side wall of the chapel, there is a rectangular white plate (70 cm tall and about 90 cm wide) with a low relief text referring to general Joaquín Gay y Borrás.
On the floor there is a large, smooth, grayish-colored tombstone with brown hues (probably limestone) about 150 cm and about 80 cm wide. At the foot of this gravestone on the ground there is a smaller, smooth plate in the same material about 35 cm. height and about 120 cm width. In this niche plate there is the inscription in Bas-relief with three names (the ones of the general deceased in July 1936, his widow and his daughter).
This is the transcription on the side niche plate:/ El Excmo. Sr. D. Joaquín Gay y Borrás. General de División de Artillería. Muerto en Granollers en 21 julio 1936. Por Dios y por España. RIPA /
This is the transcription on the niche plate on the floor: / Joaquín Gay y Borrás. Gral. De Div. Artª † 21-VII-1936. Mª Isabel de la Torre y de Miguel † 14-XI-1964. Mercedes Gay y de la Torre † 9-XI-1980. In pace /"
These photos were taken in February 2020.
More information https://banc.memoria.gencat.cat/en/app/#/result/cens_simbologia/3662