It points to Lorca sites in and around Granada - Lugares Lorquianos - and includes three Lorca tours - Rutas Lorquianas - Vega, city centre, and Víznar/Alfacar.
There is an agenda of upcoming events - first, the international puppet festival from 27 April at Valderrubio and then events to mark Lorca’s birthday on 5 June (1898) at Fuente Vaqueros -, and a sort of glossary of close on 100 people who played a more or less important role in the poet’s life (Quién fue quién).
Last but not least we find a complete biography in fifteen chapters (Biografía de Federico) and a pointer to Lorca’s works, classified under poetry, prose, theatre, and ‘others’ and ordered chronologically.
This photo was taken early in 2017 in Vietnam, by a student of mine called Hieu.
I first came to live in Granada in 1990. I lived here continuously up to 2008, as a teacher of English. During this time I built my website dedicated to the life, times and works of García Lorca. I also led Lorca theme-based tours. Then I moved to London to work and after a number of unsettled years moving between Eastbourne, Birmingham, Lao Cai, Granada and Bristol, I 'retired' to my modest home in the remote barrio of El Fargue.
Right is the view from my front door. ->>
Above, the Lorca Centre, when it was still under construction, in March 2013. I blogged several times about its problematic genesis between October 2010 (#4) and January 2018 (#79).