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Aula de Antonio Machado

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Aula de Antonio Machado

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agusticassa wrote a review Dec 2018
Girona, Spain1,514 contributions352 helpful votes
the classroom of the school in which the famous Spanish writer taught, conserved more or less as he was in the times in which he taught his students.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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john c wrote a review Sep 2014
Brockenhurst, United Kingdom74 contributions40 helpful votes
A very small and simple classroom, which he is supposed to have used with a plaque to the great poet on an outside wall; Machado famously stood up to Franco on a public occasion, but died soon after in 1939. From Sevilla he went to Baeza to teach French in the new university from 1912 to 1919, then moved on to Soria in the North. He was supposedly taught in the old university, closed in 1875, the year he was born. He has the walk/road above the countryside in the town named after him too. He wrote he would remember Baeza, even when he could no longer see it.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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