Spain has recorded one of its hottest April days ever.
Met Office records a temperature of 38.7C (101.666F) at Cordoba Airport, recorded on Thursday.
As the country continues to experience extreme temperatures, a horse died and another fell while pulling passenger carriages in Seville.
Local police have said that the owner of a two-horse cart is under investigation for possible animal cruelty.
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