Verdaguer House-Museum

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Interior of the Verdaguer House-Museum

The Verdaguer House-Museum is a literary museum in Folgueroles, birthplace of poet Jacint Verdaguer, in the region of Osona.[1] It was opened in 1967 and is part of the Barcelona Provincial Council Local Museum Network.


The Verdaguer House-Museum is located in a 17th-century house occupied by Josep Verdaguer and his wife, Josepa Santaló, (parents of Jacint Verdaguer) between 1841 and 1847, when the poet was two years old.[2]


The exhibition area is structured on three floors: on the first floor is the permanent exhibition, which takes visitors through the stages of the poet’s life; the second floor shows what a typical kitchen and bedroom were decorated like in the 19th century, time in which young Jacint lived; on the third floor there is a space dedicated to temporary exhibitions and another to the artist Perejaume, as well as an audiovisual presentation on the life and work of Jacint Verdaguer.

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  1. ^ "a Casa Museu Verdaguer de Folgueroles s'inscriu al Registre de museus de Catalunya" (in Catalan). Retrieved 2010-11-10. 
  2. ^ "Museum page at" (in Catalan). 

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Coordinates: 41°56′18″N 2°19′01″E / 41.93833°N 2.31694°E / 41.93833; 2.31694