Santiponce Itálica


An immense legacy waiting to be discovered

Bécquer's birthplace


The house that can be currently found does not correspond to the one inhabited by the poet, although its location does. The two-storey façade is divided by a cornice, while the lower part has two openings: the linteled door and a window. Both are framed by a small moulding on corbels.

On the upper part there are two curved ironwork clasps with a garland of flowers.

A plaque commemorating the poet's birth in 1836 is inserted in the centre of the composition. Only the late 19th century façade has been preserved.



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