Federico García Lorca in Granada

During our programme we follow the footsteps of the poet Federico García Lorca in Granada.

Federico García Lorca was born in a small village near Granada in 1898. He was a Spanish poet, dramatist, theatre director and an emblematic member of the Generation of '27. On the 19th of August 1936, at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, he was murdered by members of the Fascist group the 'Falange'.

García Lorca's assassination was part of a campaign of mass executions to eliminate all the supporters and allies of the Popular Front. Later, the Franco regime placed a general ban on Federico García Lorca's work.

Consequently, his plays Blood Wedding, Yerma and The House of Bernarda Alba were prohibited during the Franco years. Lorca is now universally recognised as one of the greatest Spanish poets of the century, and he is certainly Spain's greatest dramatist since the Golden Age.

During our programme we organise historical walks in Granada as well as a guided visit to the Lorca Museum in Fuentevaqueros. The programme includes the entrance to the Alhambra.

Programme: in addition to a general Spanish course, a programme from Monday to Friday during the afternoons and evenings.
Levels: B1/B2/C1/C2。
Starting dates: every Monday.
Course duration: 1 week.
Timetable: to be confirmed.

Price 375 €

Federico García Lorca in Granada   Federico García Lorca and the Alhambra

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