Aragó street

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Author: Dromos

ES | | Public | CatalanSpanish

'On May 17, 1902, in his 57th birthday, Jacint Verdaguer, one of the greatest poets of Catalan literature, moved from 235 Aragó street in Barcelona, where he lived, to the country house known as Vil·la Joana, in Vallvidrera (Barcelona), where he hoped to convalesce. On June 10 he died in Vil·la Joana. Nowadays, the house, converted into a museum, can be visited. Verdaguer was buried in the Sud-Oest Montjuïc cemetery in Barcelona.'

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