In Welcome to the Spectacle of Life, Sagasta tells the soldiers and police that the building is blast resistant, so there are few options for breaking in, which includes the main entrance, loading docks and windows. César Gandía proposes another plan for entry. He explains that the rooftop is marked as "blast resistant" in the plans, but part of it (from the museum to steel doors) isn't due to a load bearing issue. The plan is for the solders to blow the roof off and enter the bank through the dining hall. However, Ángel Rubio opposes this idea. According to him, the coffered ceiling of the bank goes back to the 18th century. During the civil war, it was brought to Madrid from a place in Jaén to protect it from bombings. There is also Goya paintings and Quimbaya gold inside.
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