The 4.4 and 5.2 magnitude earthquakes that hit the southern part of Spain, close to the town of Lorca, killed at least 10 people on Wednesday.
Dozens of injured people are being treated at a field hospital set up in the town by officials. A number of residents camped outside in open space the whole night for fear of aftershocks and due to the structural damage in their homes.
The National Geographic reported that both the earthquakes originated from the same approximately six-mile-deep (ten-kilometer-deep) spot outside Lorca.
This was the second deadliest quake that Spain experienced since 1956 when over 12 people died in the southern Granada region of the country.
Take a look at some of the latest pictures from the 2011 Spain earthquake: