The house where poet Miguel Hernández lived with his family is not to be missed on a visit to Orihuela.
The house, now a museum, is a modest home from the beginning of the 20th century, typical of the region. It has a small patio, a poultry yard and inside you can see some of the photos, furniture and personal objects that surrounded the life of one of the great literary figures of the "Generation of '27".
Guided tours by prior appointment.
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