Verdaguer House Museum

This house is located on an old cobblestone street which at one time was the village’s main street. This house stands flush with the road, between party walls, and has a single bay. It was built in the mid-17th century. It had comprised an architectural unit with the neighbouring house at number 9, known as Cal Doctor, but it was divided into order to turn it into two homes when the poet’s father, Pep de Torrents, purchased it from his cousin.

Verdaguer House Museum
Quin somni tinguí tan dolç,  un dematí a punta d’alba! Ja fa mig segle, i ho tinc tan present com si fos ara.
Verdaguer Jacint «Somni d’Infant»  dins Ruta Verdagueriana de Folgueroles. Estudis Verdaguerians Sèrie La Damunt. Amics de Verdaguer/ Casa Museu Verdaguer  Eumogràfic 1992.  p. 23

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