A rectangular cobblestone square with a 16th century fountain in the middle and a prancing horse atop an octagonal structure, reportedly the famous novelist's "muse" for Don Quixote's Rosinanta. Now matter the stark contrast between the 2, be it for fun, I believed what I was told.
On the left side, the inn - a typical 2-storey corala that used to be a favourite haunt of rogues of the sorts and Cervantes' home for nearly 5 years.Part of it has been redeveloped to venue the Flamenco Centre.Magic!
Planned as a small art gallery (sketches,drawings, a few pictures), it rather looks like a homage paid to generations of world-famous flamenco artists - Fosforito, Antonio Gades among others or the legendary Carmen Amaya who went all the way from the little gipsy girl dancing for some small money to the unique artist whose steps were setting flashboards on fire, spellbinding audiences wherever she appeared.
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