If you get the chance to visit the Island of Tenerife, and if you get to the bustling capital city, Santa Cruz, try visiting the Military Museum of Almeida (Museo Militar en el Cuartel de Almeida).
Historical Military Museum of the Canary Islands (official Website)
They have a really nice collection of military artifacts, and the last time I visited some years ago I took pictures of the superb 1/72 scale dioramas depicting Nelson’s failed attack on Santa Cruz in 1797. This was where Nelson lost his arm leading his men into battle.
It was quite a famous event here – there is even a Horation Nelson street in Tenerife, named after this famous British invader.
I don’t know who made the dioramas but they have been in the museum since the early nineties. Whoever made this, they have made clever use of plastic figures.
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Wikipedia has an interesting entry regarding the Battle of Santa Cruz
AND... I'm going to give a shameless plug to one of my wargaming buddies Iván Cáceres, who published a great boardgame which you can see on the following link