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Pablo Neruda Museum, garden
Chile

In the evocative power of objects stored and its environment dominated by the presence of the sea, house in Isla Negra is a compendium of imaginary visual and poetic material Neruda.islanegra


The place was originally called Las Gaviotas. The poet renamed Isla Negra by the color of its rocks and perhaps because there could be isolated for writing. Upon returning from Europe to Chile in 1937, seeking a place to pursue his Canto General, a great book on American history and nature. "The wild coast of Isla Negra, the tumultuous ocean movement, let me give myself to love the company of my new song" - noted in his memorias.islanegra4

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