Casa Museo Emilia Pardo Bazán








The museum is located in the former place of residence of the Pardo Bazán family in A Coruña - also current headquarters of Royal Galician Academy. The location was chosen by the last descent of Pardo Bazán, her daughter Blanca Quiroga, who signed a donation document to uplift and perpetuate the memory of the distinguish writer of a wide variety of subjects.

Emilia Pardo Bazán (Wikipedia)

Casa museo de Emilia Pardo Bazán (Museos de Galicia)

Tabernas, nº 11 15001 A Coruña (A Coruña)

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The Royal Galician Academy 

The Royal Galician Academy

The Royal Galician Academy is an institution dedicated to the study of Galician culture and especially the Galician language; it promulgates norms of grammar, spelling, and vocabulary and works to promote the language.


Tabernas, 11 15001 A Coruña (A Coruña)

Casa da Real Academia Galega

De novo a Carta xeométrica de Galicia de Domingo Fontán está nos lugares máis senlleiros.

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Fundación Camilo José Cela, Marqués de Iria Flavia
Santa María, 22. Iria Flavia
15917 Padrón
Tlf. 981812425 Fax 981810453


The Public Galician Foundation Camilo José Cela is based in Iria Flavia, in front of collegiate church of Santa María de Adina, in the so called Casas dos Cóengos, because it was where the canons lived during the 18th century. In 1990 the famous writer made a donation for the foundation. Later on, the foundation was named after him as a tribute to his literary and artistic heritage, which they preserve and spread as their main duty.

Santa María, nº 22 15917 Padrón (A Coruña)

Casa Museo Camilo José Cela (Museos de Galicia)

Camilo José Cela (Wikipedia)

Camilo José Cela

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Casa Museo Rosalía de Castro


Web da Casa Museo

Casa Museo Rosalía de Castro (Wikipedia)

Galería de imaxes da Casa da Matanza

Rosalía de Castro

    A Matanza s/n
    15970 Padrón (A Coruña)

Árbore Senlleira: 50A Figueira da Casa-Museo de Rosalía de Castro Ficus carica L. Tamén un Ombú arxentino.    Tlf. 981811204 Fax 981811294

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In 1947 the Rosalía de Castro Patronage was created in order to recover the Casa da Matanza. The house was restored in 1971 and today it is owned by the Rosalía de Castro Foundation, which carries on with the work started by the Patronage. Among the Foundation's main objectives is to raise awareness about the figure and work of Rosalía de Castro while also spreading the work of her husband, historian Manuel Murguía. The Foundation also guarantees the conservation of the House Museum and the writer's Mausoleum at the church of San Domingos de Bonaval in Santiago.


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