Paco Torrente2004-04-17

Agencia EFE

Agencia EFE
Madrid, Spain

Villanueva de los Infantes (Ciudad Real) 12/15/04.- Archive photograph of 04/17/04 of the parish church of San Andrés in Villanueva de los Infantes (Ciudad Real). The place of La Mancha where Cervantes put Don Quixote to live, nearly four hundred years ago, in his most famous work, was no other than Villanueva de los Infantes, in Ciudad Real, so says a scientific team of the Alcalá de Henares University. For more than two years, this group of ten experts in geography, history, philology, sociology, mathematics and information science has worked intensely, coordinated and directed by Francisco Parra Luna, professor in Sociology, by Santiago Petschen, of International Relations and Manuel Fernández Nieto, of Spanish Literature, seeking the answer to the riddle that Cervantes seemed to propose in "The Quixote" EFE/PACO TORRENTE (Document ID: EFE8395299)


  • Creator: Paco Torrente
  • Date Created: 2004-04-17
  • Location Created: MADRID, Spain
  • Physical Dimensions: 5831 x 5906 pixels
  • Original Language: Español
  • Type: Fotografía
  • Contributor: Agencia EFE
  • Publisher: Agencia EFE
  • Rights: (c) Agencia EFE. Todos los derechos reservados.
  • EFE exhibition: [EFE-La ruta de Don Quijote]

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