Goya has made world wide famous Fuendetodos. A visit to the village, around 50 km from Saragossa city, will let you know Goya’s birth home, the Engraving Museum and Zuluaga Hall.
Goya was born in Fuendetodos in 1746.
A visit to the village, around 50 km from Saragossa city, will let you know Goya’s birth home, the Engraving Museum and Zuluaga Hall.
On the one hand, his birth home hosts an exhibition on furniture and objects from ancient times. On the other, the Engraving Museum, where four series of the artist’s engravings are exhibited: Whims, Disasters, Bullfighting and Follies.
Zuluaga Hall, a building inaugurated in 1996 and devoted to temporary exhibitions specialized in graphic art, has held along all these years important exhibitions of historic engravings and contemporary graphic art.
Just for the record, come over to see the snow rooms still standing, used in ancient ages to store the snow from winter to make it ice.
To learn from Fuendetodos natural environment, come over Fuendeverde natural space. This center sets up different activities for children, guided tours and short trips, according to participants’ conditions, where you will discover amazing spots. Great gorges and prints from Spanish civil War are some of the routes available.
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