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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  • House beautiful, a single Museum but steeped in history, a man who composed wonderful music surrounded by mountains
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  • We arrived at Alta Gracia to visit the Museum of Che, the entrance to the Museum leaves $15, but for $20, you have a free pass to 2 museums, one of them the Manuel de Falla. Really worth a visit it, sincerely did not know his story of life, only had a mere reference and thanks to the cultural promotion of the city agreed to the House where he spent his last years.
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  • This museum House where I live is very well-preserved fails and you see one discovers a composer of music classic that is inside the 10 in the world has made portraits of Picasso and salvador dali for the
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  • "Los Espinillos" Villa, of itself, it is an architectural jewel and houses in its spaces the immortal spirit of the great Spanish musician Manuel de Falla. The music that springs from its corners immerses us in a world at once intimate and distant. Beauty in all its expressions.
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  • It is a window to the culture, as well as keep a good number of anecdotes from our recent history allowing, in its enclosure, periodically enjoying concerts of very good level. Is a House that goes beyond peace, tranquility and much light
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  • Spain-born rhythm and blues, and a tour with Che Guevara Museum into a museum.
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  • Simple sample of daily life, in the twilight of a great fixture of Spanish music.
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  • Very interesting, it exceeded our expectations.
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