The house where Lorca was born in Fuente Vaqueros

Cradle and bedroom of Federico García Lorca in his birthplace in Fuente Vaqueros.

Federico García Lorca came into the world in the house at number 4 Trinity Street in Fuente Vaqueros (today Federico García Lorca Street) at “twelve o’clock at night” on June 5, 1898 and was baptized six days later with the name of Federico del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús (Federico of the Sacred Heart of Jesus). […]

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Lorca’s family home in Valderrubio

Office of Federico García Lorca in his bedroom at Valderrubio, and in the background his parent’s bedroom.

The García Lorca family moved from Fuente Vaqueros, the village where three of the couple’s children were born (Federico, Francisco and Concha; Isabel would come into the world in Granada in 1909) to Asquerosa (Disgusting) in 1906. They first lived, for a short time, in a house in Ancha Street, next to the parish church, […]

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St. Vincent Farmhouse

St. Vincent Farmhouse, where Federico García Lorca's family spent their summers.

Federico García Lorca’s main residence in Granada was the St. Vincent Farmhouse, the country house where the family spent every summer from 1926 onwards; the place where works such as Yerma, Blood Wedding, the Gypsy Ballads, Doña Rosita the Spinster, The Public or When Five Years Pass, among others, were written or worked on, and […]

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Federico García Lorca Center

Exterior of the Federico García Lorca Center in Romanilla square, Granada.

The Federico García Lorca Center is a cultural institution devoted to research on the life and work of the poet from Granada, as well as to the dissemination of his literary production. The main objective that justified its construction was to preserve the poet’s legacy from the García Lorca Foundation, presided over by the poet’s […]

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Antequeruela Home

Manuel de Falla's studio, with the piano where he composed, in the Antequeruela Home, where he lived between 1922 and 1939 with his sister María del Carmen.

+Antequeruela Home, in the grounds of the Alhambra, the modest house chosen by Manuel de Falla to live in Granada after several attempts that failed to find a stable apartment, became one of the secret centers of European cultural life in the 1920s and 30s and the place of attraction for the group of lively […]

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House of Frasquita Alba

House of Frasquita Alba, in Valderrubio, today converted into a museum. Federico García Lorca based his work 'The House of Bernarda Alba' on the experiences of the inhabitants of this house.

The house where Francisca Alba Sierra, Fraquista Alba, lived with her family and where Lorca was inspired for his famous tragedy The House of Bernarda Alba, premiered in 1945 in Buenos Aires by the company of Margarita Xirgu, is located on Real Street (formerly Ancha Street) in Valderrubio and has been weighed down by the […]

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Aljibes Square

Aljibes Square is within the grounds of the Alhambra in Granada and in 1922 hosted the first Deep Song Contest.

Aljibes Square in the Alhambra and its portentous viewpoint, scene of the 1922 Deep Song Contest, was a space built after the Christian annexation in 1492. Its name comes from the huge tanks that filled the gap between La Alcazaba and the Nasrid Palaces and served to ensure the water supply in the years after […]

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Víznar Ravine

Víznar Ravine is located next to the road between Víznar and Alfacar, where mass graves of reprisals from Granada have been found.

Víznar Ravine is a sloping edge of about 10,000 square meters that descends on a sharp and shady curve of the road between Alfacar and Víznar, declared a Place of Memory. It is an area covered by thick pine forests of repopulation, which allowed to cover up the graves after the mass executions committed from […]

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Federico García Lorca Park in Alfacar

Fragments of García Lorca’s poems in the Park with his name, built in Alfacar in 1986 in memory of the poet and the other victims of the Civil War.

The Federico García Lorca Park in Alfacar (Granada) was inaugurated in 1986 by the Provincial Council of Granada to pay tribute to the poet in the place where he was killed along with his three companions of execution (the banderilleros Francisco Galadí and Joaquín Arcoyas, and the teacher from Pulianas Dióscoro Galindo) and to remember […]

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Lorca Study Center in Fuente Vaqueros

Archive of the Lorca Study Center in Fuente Vaqueros.

The Lorca Study Center in Fuente Vaqueros is an extension of the FGL Cultural Board, whose aims are: • Conservation and making available the documentary and bibliographic heritage to investigators. • Dissemination of the work and life of Federico García Lorca, with a permanent program of activities that includes exhibitions, conferences, concerts, etc. • Promotion […]

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Cortijo Daimuz

Cortijo Daimuz, country estate belonging to Lorca, where he spent moments of his childhood.

The farmhouse and the Daimuz Bajo estate, in the Valderrubio valley but belonging to the municipality of Pinos Puente, are linked to Federico García Lorca by two apparently contradictory facts: first, it was the place where the definitive enrichment of his father took place, and, second, the almost sacred territory where the “first artistic amazement” […]

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Sanctuary of the Christ of the Cloth of Moclín

Sanctuary of the Christ of the Cloth and Castle of Moclín.

The church of the Encarnation in Moclín, where the shrine of Christ of the Cloth is located, is linked to a major work by Federico García Lorca, Yerma, and to La romería de los cornudos, a ballet by Gustavo Pittaluga based on a verbal argument by Lorca and Cipriano Rivas Cherif which was premiered on […]

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