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Santiago Nasar - Cronica de una muerte anunciada Mompox
Colombia

La casa de Santiago Nasar, el protagonista de Crónica de una muerte anunciada, novela de Gabriel García Márquez. Este fue el escenario escogido por el director Francesco Rossi para la adaptación a cine de la novela de Gabo. Está ubicada en Mompox. Fue antiguamente el Edificio de la Aduana, en su parte de atrás la casa tiene unas escaleras por donde se desciende al Río Magdalena. En la actualidad (año 2011) este edificio se encuentra en remodelación tras varios años de abandono.

NOTA: la plaza no es tan grande como se muestra en la película, la verdad es mucho más pequeña, pero gracias a escenas superpuestas se ve mucho más grande de lo que realmente es.

Copyright: Astrolabio colombia
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Uploaded: 31/01/2011
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: santiago nasar; cronica de una muerte anunciada; gabriel garcia marquez; mompox; colombia; casa; rio magdalenta
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