The famous chapel of the ‘Doncel’ is one of the most interesting elements in this fortified cathedral. Until October, the cathedral is hosting the exhibition ‘A Tempora’, recalling the epoch of Miguel de Cervantes and William Shakespeare.
The museum is in a 17th-century stone and timber mansion. Its different collections represent the art of Ricardo Pecharromán y Morales, and various avant-garde movements.
Her fiction, poetry and essays are among the most unusual productions of Spanish literature. She won the National Prize for Spanish Literature in 1987, and two of her works were recently reissued: ‘La sinrazón’ and ‘De mar en mar’.
One of twelve drawings by the poet Rafael Alberti for a commemorative edition of Federico García Lorca’s ‘Poet in New York’. It represents the senses through symbolic elements, using curved lines and a simplified style.
The Prado holds the largest ever exhibition of the Flemish painter.
The theatre of the Spanish Golden Age lives again in the World Heritage city of Cáceres.
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