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Jacint Verdaguer in a sentence

1. Jacint Verdaguer lived in Ordino during the 1880s where he wrote and shared works related to the Renaixença with writer and photographer, Joaquim de Riba.

2. This was the point of view of Jacint Verdaguer's vast mythological epic L'Atlantida (1877).

3. On September 8, 1876, his father died at the age of 65. On board the "Ciudad Condal", on the return voyage from Cuba, Jacint Verdaguer finished his epic poem L'Atlàntida.

4. It has sent out many famous men, among them Balmes and the poet Jacint Verdaguer, author of "L'Atlàntida".

5. Apart from regular routes, there are two special lines to Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer Square and to Catalunya Square on days with matches.

6. Also in Granada, Falla began work on the large-scale orchestral cantata Atlántida (Atlantis), based on the Catalan text L'Atlàntida by Jacint Verdaguer.

7. Their most important adherents were indeed Jacint Verdaguer, who penned Catalonia's national epic, and Àngel Guimerà, whose plays were translated and performed around Europe.

8. Jacint Verdaguer statue.

9. L'Atlàntida (Catalan pronunciation: [ləˈlːantiðə]) is an 1877 poem in Catalan by Jacint Verdaguer.

10. Pujols began to write poetry during his studies in secondary school, influenced by the work of Jacint Verdaguer and Joan Maragall.

11. Verdaguer is a station in the Barcelona metro network, located under Plaça de Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer, in Eixample, named after the Catalan poet Jacint Verdaguer.

12. The association owns the Roman Temple and two other emblematic sites associated with Jacint Verdaguer, Catalonia's foremost 19th-century poet, who was born in Osona.

13. A Barcelona is a poem by Jacint Verdaguer, published in 1883.

14. It is notable as the birthplace in 1845 of the famous Catalan poet Fr. Jacint Verdaguer.

15. Catalan poet Jacint Verdaguer stayed in the sanctuary on top of the summit in 1884 and wrote some verses about the mountain.

16. Atlántida (Atlantis) is an opera (titled a 'cantata escénica') in a prologue and three parts, by Manuel de Falla, based on the Catalan poem L'Atlàntida by Jacint Verdaguer.

17. The Verdaguer House Museum (Catalan: Casa Museu Verdaguer) is a literary museum in Folgueroles, birthplace of poet Jacint Verdaguer, in the region of Osona.

18. Jacint Verdaguer is an underground station of Serveis Ferroviaris de Mallorca (SFM) and Palma Metro in Palma on the island of Majorca, Spain.

19. The station is located under Jacint Verdaguer Street between Jaume Balmes Street and Plaça de Santa Elisabet.

20. In 1901, Jacint Verdaguer reported that a woodcutter had recently tried to cut down one of the trunks, causing it to lean out;

21. The practice gained momentum following the February 2014 presentation of a young tree to the town of Folgueroles, to commemorate Jacint Verdaguer who was born there;

22. He is particularly noted for his settings of Jacint Verdaguer.

23. The main editor was Francesc Raüll. It was printed in the printing house Jacint Verdaguer until 1836 and later on, in the printing house Ignasi Estivill.

24. The recovered land allowed for the extension of the Passeig Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer boulevard.

25. The museum deals with the history of the site, literature, and the Catalan poet Jacint Verdaguer, who died here in 1902.

26. In 1902, the prominent poet Jacint Verdaguer was hosted by the Miralles family, and he died here after a short stay.

27. In 1877 writer Jacint Verdaguer wrote the Catalan language poem L'Atlàntida in his honour.

28. For the centennial of The Atlàntida: In 1977, in the centenary of the award that the poet Jacint Verdaguer received, Felip Vall exposes at Diputació de Barcelona 12 paintings.

29. The Catalan poet Jacint Verdaguer published a book of poems Caritat (Charity) to raise funds for reconstruction.

30. He taught for a decade in Barcelona, developing a personal relationship with the Catalan poet Jacint Verdaguer.