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Cenovia Camprubí House

Built as a road worker’s house, it was occupied between 1909 and 1910 by Raimundo Camprubí and his family, whose daughter, the writer Zenobia Camprubí, would later marry the Nobel laureate Juan Ramón Jiménez. Between 1929 and 1930, it was the painter Daniel Vázquez Díaz who lived in it, while creating the famous frescoes of the Monastery of La Rábida.
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