Castrillo Mota de Judios ("Jews' Hill Camp"), voted in 2014 to change its name from Castrillo Matajudios ("Camp Kill Jews") to its current name. Rodriguez said that there have been six vandalism incidents since then as well as protests whenever Jewish or Israeli representatives visited.

Castrillo Matajudios or "Kill Jews," voted to change the name back to the original Castrillo Mota de Judios or "Jews' Hill Camp," in 2014 after the mayor argued that the term was offensive and that the village should honor its Jewish origins.