The Alcázar of Toledo is a fortified palace on rocks, located in the highest part of Toledo, Spain, from where dominates the whole city. The history of the constructions in the place where the Alcázar of Toledo rises began in the Roman time, with the existence of a palace of Century III. This building was restored during the reigns of Alfonso VI and Afonso X of Castile and modified in 1535, by order of Carlos I of Spain (Carlos V of the Holy Roman-Germanic Empire), that used the fortress, in multiple occasions, like Official residence of the Kings of Spain. During the Civil War, the Alcázar of Toledo was used, by Colonel Jose Moscardó, like point of defense and resistance of Civil Guard, being almost totally destroyed by the supporting troops of the Second Republic during the siege that lasted 70 days, of 22 of July to September 28, 1936. After the war was rebuilt, currently housing the Library of Castilla-La Mancha and the Museum of the Army.