Museo Manuel de Falla, Alta Gracia

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Visit Museo Manuel de Falla to learn more about a prominent Spanish composer who spent his finally years in this building. Opened as a museum in 1970, the museum contains six halls displaying personal belongings de Falla accumulated over his life's course, including furniture, dishes, costumes, photographs, books, mail, and musical scores. For Museo Manuel de Falla and beyond, use our Alta Gracia trip itinerary planner to get the most from your Alta Gracia vacation.
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Alta Gracia's lodging options remain relatively limited, a small problem since most visitors come on day trips from nearby Cordoba. If you prefer to base your vacation in Alta Gracia itself, you can choose between several decent hotels and a variety of rental apartments, most of which offer free Wi-Fi, secure parking, and access to a private enclosed garden. For more choices, explore the surrounding towns, like La Cumbrecita or Los Olivares.
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  • For many a Spaniard Manuel de Falla is the greatest classical musician of recent times. He lived his last years and passed away in this house where you can see some personal items, his last will, the ...  more »
  • A beautiful retreat for the composer/conductor Manuel de Falla when he was forced to live in exile from the Spanish dictator Franco. He shared the home with his sister, who cared for him. Their person...  more »
  • I just visited this museum and found it unforgettable. The beautiful house and surroundings but overall the amazing explanation of Manuel de Falla's life By Nadia, the lovely girl of the entrance door...  more »
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  • Excellent. Worth knowing where spent his last four years the celebrated composer born in Cadiz Spain. That story!
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  • If you're in Alta Gracia is you must not miss this Museo Manuel de Falla. This was his home and is something beautiful to visit it and "felt" through the objects there, the personality of this great Spanish musician who chose to live in this town. Re-fuel.
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  • Very interesting. Nadia Museum Guide is a book open, in addition to being very attentive. Truth must be overlooked this place. Very happy.
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  • A House beautiful in a neighborhood quiet. Lounge for meetings with a piano. The patio is huge and beautifully wooded. I want to live there.
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  • A place that inspires art, costume parts, pianos, musical scores, sculptures inspired by the master, etc. A great contribution to the culture of the city.
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