The aim of this chapter is to identify the ways in which different groups of young people participating in the community life of the city of Gernika through self-run projects challenge a) the institutionalized way of remembering and b) the development of landscape heritage of their own space. The interviews and the observation reports that serve as material for the central argument are the result of a two-year exercise of ethnographic work carried out in the city of Gernika, specifically with young people linked to ASTRA and Gaztetxe organizations. This case-study research constitutes a contribution to the field, because it makes possible to question, from the empirical material, the tensions within the processes of heritagization – or patrimonialization – of landscape inspired by cases of memorialization around political violence.