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Posted by Toni on 27th May and posted in Uncategorized

How this one, which has one of the most impressive Gothic cathedrals of Europe, the Nicaraguan offers the world its maximum building: one of the larger temples on the continent, in the words of the Mexican architect Manuel Gonzalez Galvan. And not only that: starred – as well as his eponymous of the Iberian peninsula, in the reign of Fernando I and Dona Sancha (1037-1065) – a stage of real blossoming SALOMoN DE LA SELVA us remember Wikipedia about el Salomon de la Selva was born on March 5, 1893 in Leon, Nicaragua, son of lawyer Solomon Selva, who fought against the dictatorship of Jose Santos Zelaya. Counting just 12 years his father was arrested and sentenced to prison, and Solomon was presented to President Zelaya during a visit to Leon and offered him a speech reminding him of the rights of man and of the citizen being pleasing to the President, that Zelaya ordered the release of her father and offered him a scholarship to study in the United Statescounting only 13 went to where years of age. He studied at Williams College, William stown, Massachusetts, where later worked as a teacher of Spanish. In the winter of 1914-1915 knows personally Ruben Dario in New York, whom he accompanied to a lecture recital given at Columbia University on February 4, 1915 in 1918 published in New York his first book of poetry: Tropical Town and Other Poems, written in English.

During these years he frequented the literary circles of poets young New York included as Stephen Vincent Benet and Edna St. Vincent Millay, the latter with whom he was romantically linked. He participated in the first world war, pouring his experiences in a book of poetry, soldier unknown, written in Spanish and published in Mexico in 1922 with illustrations by Diego Rivera..

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